Danii Boo debuts


Danii Boo debuts

Saturday, October 12, 2019

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DANCEHALL dancer Danii Boo is ready to take on the music world with the release of Nestle, her debut single for BadCoMpany

BadCoMpany, headed by singjay Ce'Cile and producer Cordell “Skatta” Burrell, has a production team which includes Craig “Leftside” Parks and Kunley McCarthy of Ward 21 fame, and executive production from Joe Bogdanovich of DSR.

“At BadCoMpany we are developing people that we like and we are putting them out there. Danii Boo is very creative, confident and self-motivated, and we like that about her,” said Ce'Cile.

Danii Boo is known for her dancing skills on the dancehall scene. After coming to prominence in 2016, she quickly racked up accolades including Best Individual Female Dancer at the weekly Uptown Mondays Anniversary event.

“I'm excited and overwhelmed to work with professional people. They know exactly what they are doing and they understand the music industry. This is like the best experience for me,” said Danii Boo.

Released a week ago via iTunes , Nestle has an accompanying music video directed by Jay Will.

Said Danii Boo: “I always loved music and even before recording music, I was always critical of the types of songs that I heard. So, doing my own music was a natural transition for me.”

Danii Boo has appeared in music videos for artistes including Konshens, Kalado, Devin Di Dakta, Vybz Kartel, RDX, Leftside and Trabass.

“I started dancing professionally in 2016 when I signed with Pon Di Spot Media. The association has been a good one,” she explained.

A resident of the Duhaney Park community, Danii Boo (given name Danielle Bogle) honed her dancing skills with the Russian Dance Group.

She also hosts a weekly YouTube programme called The Danii Boo Show, which gives viewers an insight into the dancehall lifestyle.

— KJ

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