WARD 21

Dancehall (Jamaica)

WARD 21 - The real dancehall vibez pon di stage !

Ward 21 Music is a group of dancehall musicians and producers hailing from Kingston, Jamaica, named for the psychiatric ward at the University of the West Indies Hospital in St. Andrew. Ward 21 are renowned producers and have created hit dancehall riddims like "Bada bada", "Da Joint", "Bellyas", "Scareface" and "Volume" as well as hit singles like "Haters", "Bloodstain", "Rhyme", "Petrol" and "Judgement Day". Since 2002, the group tours Europe playing shows in Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden,Denmark, Norway, Italy and more. They've also performed twice at Europe's biggest reggae festival, Summerjam. They also perform regularly in many other regions such as Japan, Costa Rica, Panama, a host of Caribbean countries and all across the United States.

In addition to countless singles and tracks on compilations, Ward 21 have released four albums. The band had participated in a 311's remix of "Amber" remixed by Supa Dups, a number of other international collaborations, and also produced two tracks on Sean Paul´s multiplatinum selling Dutty Rock album.

Comments:

Members

Kunley Ward
Suku Ward
Mark Ward

Tickets & more