Anthony Moses Davis (also known by his nickname Beenie Man) is a Grammy award winning Jamaican reggae artist. He was born in August 22, 1973 in the Waterhouse district of Kingston. He considered himself as the "King of the DanceHall".
He enter in the music industry at a young age and was inspired by his uncle Sydney Wolfe whose playing drums for Jimmy Cliff. In 1981, he won the Tastee Talent contest and the Radio DJ (Barry G) recommend him to local sound system operators who helped him to build the popularity of the young deejay who later became known as "Beenie Man". In 1981, Bennie recorded his debut single, "Too Fancy" with the record producer Henry "Junjo" Lawes. Lawes also include him on the 1983 album "Junjo Presents Two Big Sounds" together with organized stars such as Fathead, Ring,and Dillinger. Bennie Man's debut album "The Invincible Beenie Man: The Ten Year Old DJ Wonder" is produced by Bunny Lee and it is released in 1983. His first hit single also released in that same year with the producer Winston Holness "Over the Sea". He recorded some material with Barrington Levy (which was released after ten years), although his music career was stop in a little time while he finished his studies and spent time travelling to several countries like United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.