Dancer Bull makes his Push
Dancer Bull

Dancer Bull says he is ready to take the global stage.

“I’ve been dancing for about three years now. I’ve learned a lot from the dancers who I look up to and I’ve also developed my own unique style. When I go out and touch the dance floor people are paying attention to me now because my style is hot,” he said.

The dancer lists Pata Skeng, Shelly Belly, and Wacky Grandson, aka the Zest Boss, among his inspirations.

Dancer Bull is planning to heat up the dance scene this summer with his new move called Push.

“Everywhere I perform this dance move it creates havoc, every time I do it people gather around me to catch the style and do it too. It’s catching on in the streets like wildfire. I’m confident that it’s going to be one of the most popular dance moves this summer,” said Dancer Bull.

Dancer Bull is getting ready to make his international debut. He’s booked to perform at an event dubbed the All White Day Party on July 24 in Toronto, Canada.

“This is my first international performance, and I am looking forward to it. I’m going to deliver a very exciting performance for the people in Canada. It’s going to be epic.”

Dancer Bull, whose given name is Clement Kirk Francis, hails from the Majestic Gardens community in Kingston. He’s a graduate of the Haile Selassie High School.

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