Milkshake and Jello – Deewunn

Damone “DeeWunn” Walker is a Jamaican emcee, songwriter, and performer who adds a different dimension to the budding genre of “Yardcore.” DeeWunn gained early notice as a fierce and versatile lyricist in Kingston’s hip hop scene as a member of 13th Tribe, one of Jamaica’s premier hip hop crews.

Scooped up as a songwriter and vocalist by dancehall group Ward 21DeeWunn penned songs for in-house artists and made his own recordings. DeeWunn’s ultra-viral dancehall hit “Mek It Bunx Up” (produced by Ward 21’s Kunley McCarthy) has racked up 73.6 million listens, countless dance videos, and a feature on FOX’s “So You Think You Can Dance.”

His follow-up hit “Back It Up, Drop It” produced by Brazil’s Leo Justi has been making similar waves, with over 2 million streams, garnering placements with Samsung, Fanta and Need For Speed: Heat.

Geejam Studio in Port Antonio, Jamaica—best known in the U.S. as a home away from home for Drake and Katy Perry — also tapped DeeWunn to write songs for artists such as Lilly Allen, Mystic Davis, Charly B, A-Game, Nayla, and more. Now signed to Waxploitation, DeeWunn is continuing his mission of bringing wider recognition to the Jamaican dancehall sound and the artists who make it.