Dancehall's finest over the years

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November 24, 2016
Beenie Man
Beenie Man
Beenie Man
File Always the dapper dresser, Beenie Man' eye-catching wardrobe is as memorable as his songs
FILE Beenie Man performing at Jamaica Carnival stage show in 2005
Contributed Beenie Man
FILE Beenie Man
FILE Buju Banton (left) and an equally young Wayne Wonder
Buju Banton
File: Lady Saw
File: Lady Saw
FILE The queen of dancehall in performance at Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest 2007
FILE Lady Saw in performance at Beenie Man's Summer Sizzle in 2005
FILE Lady Saw in performance at Best of the Best 2015
Bounty Killer
Bounty Killer
Bounty Killer
Bounty Killer
FILE Shabba (left) with fellow Jamaican entertainers Richie Stephens (centre) and Shaggy
@Normal:Shabba Ranks after receiving his award recently.
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From when dem 'buss' to when they became the most popular acts of their generation, THE STAR has chronicled the careers of some of dancehall's finest artistes.

For our anniversary edition, we've dug up the archives to find just a few members of the dancehall royal family, namely: Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Shabba Ranks, Buju Banton, Lady Saw and Vybz Kartel. See them in action, then and now!

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