You have seen him on a number of dance videos rolling with Hype Fridays Promoters as a coming out Dancer. Now a prominent member of the infamous 2010 International Reggae And World Music Award (IRAWMA) nominee for best Dance crew, Black Blingaz and co-founder of STR8 FRAM YAAD.com. One of the next best things to happen to the Dancing/Entertainment fraternity, the one and only DMNDICE aka PINK Bling.
As Black Blingaz’s best kept secret, DmnDice/Pink is the brain child behind dance moves like Walk About and Ekkle and Catch which was edited and perfected by the other members of the group, a norm for Blingaz for one to come up with a skeleton which is then vaned and skinned so in a collective body end process you get a more well featured dance move.
DmnDice is the creative director and choreographers of Str8 Fram Yaad Dance. A very highly motivated individual who fell in love with dancing at age 11yrs after watching “Bogle” the dance and Bogle the dancer a.k.a Mr. Wacky in a music video. It was history in the making from then. Practicing, editing and perfecting popular dance moves such as Bogle, Della Move, World a Dance just to name a few. After graduating Dinthill Technical DmnDice Was ready for the road. Hype Fridays promotions a.k.a Sherlock Family member Dean after seeing him dance at a work function in 2004, which then granted him easy acceptance to the now ever fresh ever clean group Black Blingaz, that are now well know for creating popular dance moves such as the “Ever Fresh Ever Clean” and “TEK WEH YO SELF”.
Besides creating popular dance moves DmnDice has also worked with various artist such as Mr.vegas, Voicemail and Beenie Man just to name a few. He is also featured in a upcoming movie due to be out in Summer 2010 “From Home To The Dance Floor” as a featured dancer. DmnDice also participated in the “2008-10” International Reggae Awards Show” in association with Dancers Blvd, as lead performers along side Marlon Bling and Donna Ray. Str8 Fram Yaad is now his main focus as a bid to give dancehall dancing an original voice, gone are the days of watered down knock off dancehall dance representation.