Dancehall Royalty

Don't miss Beenie Man, Mr. Vegas and Wayne Wonder!

Jamaica Love - Beenie Man commands the mic like a true reggae icon. (Photo: Mark Davis/Getty Images for BET)

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Beenie Man - Beenie Man is coming through to kick off your Labor Day weekend right! Get it in with the "King of the Dancehall" tonight at 6P/5C!(Photo: Mark Davis/Getty Images for BET)

Mr. Vegas  - Mr. Vegas comes through with the King of Dancehall to kill 106 with the dance. He said a lot about working with Beyonce and his new album, Bruk It Down 2.0.   Watch a clip now!

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Mr. Vegas - "Bruk It Down" with Dancehall legend Mr. Vegas tonight on 106!(Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Wayne Wonder - August 30, 2013 - Wayne Wonder continued the jam session and just let go on 106.   Watch a clip now!

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Wayne Wonder - An amazing Dancehall singer, Wayne Wonder is here with "No Letting Go" tonight for our Labor Day Weekend special!(Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Mavado  - Mavado is from the ?gully? of Kingston Jamaica, and utilizes his dark and haunting melod on songs like ?The Rock? which was so hot Jay-Z had to get on it.    (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

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Mavado  - Mavado is from the “gully” of Kingston Jamaica, and utilizes his dark and haunting melod on songs like “The Rock” which was so hot Jay-Z had to get on it. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Sean Paul  - Sean Paul's latest hit disc, Tomahawk Technique, snags him a nod for Best Caribbean Performance.   (Photo: Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

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Sean Paul - Sean Paul’s melodic and rhythmic voice has made him an international sensation with hits like “Give Me The Light.”(Photo: Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

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Vybz Kartel - Vybz Cartel is Jamaica’s favorite dancehall artist, despite his incarceration, driving the danceloor with songs like “Clarks” (Photo: Scott Gries/Getty Images)

Damian "Junior Gong" Marley  - With the success of his SuperHeavy album, the Marley son gets a nod for Best Caribbean Performance.   (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Damian Marley - Bob Marley son, Damian is carry on the legacy of his family by recording with Nas and releasing the smash single, “Welcome To Jamrock.” (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Supercat - The veteran dancehall artists may be off the scene but songs like “Ghetto Red Hot” preserve is legacy among dancehall reggae artists. (Photo: David Corio/Redferns)

Buju Banton - Early in his career, Buju Banton became widely known for "Boom Bye Bye," an anti-gay song that advocated violence. However, as his career progressed, some of his ideas did, as well. For instance, in 2003 he dropped "Mr. Nine," which was an anti-gun song. (Photo: Scott Eells/Getty Images)

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Buju Banton - Currently appealing his drug conviction, the dancehall artist turned Rastafarian sensation, Buju Banton has a legacy of 20 years of hits, including “Driver” and “I Want To Be Loved.”(Photo: Scott Eells/Getty Images)

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Shaggy - The biggest selling dancehall artist of all time, Shaggy has shown his ability to make hits on songs such as the smash single, “It Wasn’t Me.”(Photo: Venturelli/Getty Images)

Sizzla - Prolific reggae icon Sizzla was arrested on gun charges in Jamaica last year after a shooting incident. (Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

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Sizzla - The Bobosanti Rastafarian’s unique ability to make his voice silky smooth or rough like sandpaper has helped elevate his hits like “One Of Those Days” to timeless status.(Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage)