- Dave Kelly (producer)
Dave Kelly Birth name David Kelly Also known as The Stranger Born November 4, 1969 Origin Kingston, Jamaica
Genres Dancehall reggae Occupations Record producer, songwriter, instrumentalist, engineer, and Mixer Years active 1992–present Labels Penthouse Studios , Madhouse Records Associated acts Tony Kelly
Dave Kelly (Born November 4, 1969, In Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican Record Producer. He began his career as an Engineer in the late eighties. After getting into producing at the "Penthouse" label of Donovan Germain, he started his own label "Madhouse" together with business partner Janet Davidson in 1991. He went on to become one of the most successful Dancehall-producers in Jamaica, recording numerous songs that topped the local and international Reggae-Charts, such as "Action" by Nadine Sutherland & Terror Fabulous in 1994 or "Look" by Bounty Killer in 1999.
Dave Kelly has released some of the most popular and influential dancehall riddims such as "Bookshelf", "Joyride," "Showtime," "Fiesta,", "85" and "Winners". He produced Beenie Man's international hit "Dude" in 2003 on the "Fiesta" riddim, which was featured on Beenie Man's album Back to Basics and Baby Cham's major hit "Ghetto Story," on the "85" riddim, which was the title track of Baby Cham's 2006 album that he also produced.
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