Kranium & Ding Dong at Irving Plaza

Irving Plaza, New York, New York



Kranium & Ding Dong at Irving Plaza



Kranium & Ding Dong

Irving Plaza

Kranium & Ding Dong tickets

Are you ready for a night of reggae music performed live by not one BUT TWO of the biggest names today?

That’s right! You better prepare for an amazing night with both Kranium and Ding Dong on the same stage. Reggae fans wouldn’t want to miss out on this opportunity to see them in one concert!

Coming to Irving Plaza in New York on May 9, 2024, Kranium and Ding Dong are gifting their fans with their cool yet intense Jamaican music. Sing along to Kranium’s “Nobody Has to Know,” “Can’t Believe,” “Gal Policy,” “History,” and “Toxic,” and Ding Dong’s “Fling, “Flair is in the Air,” “So Good,” “Cha Cha,” and “Working Girl.”

Sure to mesmerize you with their distinct vocal style, smooth rhythm, amazing harmony, and incredible tempo, these two reggae artists are set for their USA Dancehall Tour. Be sure you secure your tickets here before the show sells out!

Kranium & Ding Dong Tickets from $69


A run of performances in New York City and the tri-state region marked the start of Kranium’s career. He served as the opening act for Tarrus Riley, I-Octane, Gyptian, and Serani.

The 2013 smash song "Nobody Has To Know" by Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist Kemar Donaldson, better known by his stage name Kranium, made him a household name worldwide and brought him to the attention of Atlantic Records. Produced by LMR Productions, this song was played on New York City's ethnic radio stations, including the prominent Hot 97 FM. In 2015, "Nobody Has To Know" reached its highest position at #32 on the Reggae Digital Songs list with over 39,000 copies sold. Kranium has collaborated with producers Cash Flow, Tony Kelly, and TJ Records.

He now has two studio albums - Rumors (2015) and Midnight Sparks (2019).

Ding Dong

Born September 29, 1980, Kemar Christopher "Ding Dong" Dwaine Ottey is a dancer and dancehall reggae artist. His most well-known songs, "Bad Man Forward Bad Man Pull Up" (2005), "Fling" and "Genna Bounce" released in 2017, have contributed to his international appeal. Prior to becoming a Jamaican deejay (artiste) and dancehall reggae recording artist, he was a dancer. He founded the dancing syndicate Ravers Clavers.

"Bad Man Forward Bad Man Pull Up," peaked at number one on the charts in late 2005 early 2006. He was also referred to as "Mr BadMan Forward" because of the dance that accompanied the record's title. Ding Dong is also the host of Jay Will's dance-umentary, It's all about Dance.

Having experimented with music as a recording artist over the years, he had a key role in the idea behind the song "Wakky Dip," which was performed by Dancehall group Voicemail as a tribute to the late Gerald "Bogle" Levy. In addition to winning multiple dancing competitions, Ding Dong collaborated on songs with Elephant Man and the late Danny Champagne.

The reggae artist and dancer said, "I think I have brought it (dancing) to the forefront again, not just in Jamaica, but across the entire Caribbean. People are dancing to dancehall again in schools, at weddings. Even the Prime Minister is dancing, and that is something I've always wanted to do as a dancer, get the Prime Minister dancing."

About the Venue

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Irving Plaza

Irving Plaza, New York, New York, , US