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Nick Cannon confirms Beenie Man for King of the Dancehall @one876

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  Movie star and host of America's Got Talent, Nick Cannon is keeping the information hush hugh surrounding his movie project, King of the Dancehall. He has reportedly been in Jamaica prepping for a movie shoot. Since last December Nick has frequented the island doing castings as well as undergoing dance training for the upcoming movie.

Several entertainers, both local and international will be making cameo appearances, but the exact names are being kept a secret but Busta Rymes name has come up for mention. The rapper with Jamaican roots was recently spotted on the island visiting a well known wardrobe personnel, Dexter 3d Pottinger.

Canadian/Jamaican singer Kreesha Turner who is seen posed on the back of the bike sprayed in the Jamaican colours, is also a lead in the film.

Several Jamaican actors and top Dancehall dancers have been hired for the project that will begin filming shortly in Kingston City.

Reports are that at the end of 2014 Nick had visited the island accompanying Kreesha, who is signed to his Ncredible label, he then fell in love with the nightly street dance culture and decided to write a screen play.



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