Barbadian artist Fantom Dundeal went all out with this music video“Feeling You ” featuring reggae artist Trezay ,which is dedicated strictly to the ladies .
From what we’ve heard the ladies are really digging this fresh new tune and this time around we’ve switched up the tables by heading to the streets of Barbados to find out what his fans and local Barbadians had to say about his music.
Needless to state the feedback which we receive was incredible both being positive and negative.
An innumerable amount of people stated ” they’ve never had the chance to listen to his music before and that all of his music is average at best (same beat and tempo)”. Despite the negatives , the irrefutable reactions came in flowing like a river ,with comments such as “they believed that he is very underrated and most people don’t get to hear his quality songs , good artist full forward(>>>>)“.
For those who have not had the ” contingency” to listen to his music , we’ve left below his new cd mix ,a short bio on the man behind the music along with the editors song of choice .
Check out his new cd mix by clicking here
Listen To Editor’s Song Of Choice Below…
Over the last (eight) years, this young reggae crooner/chanter and ‘semi-soca singer’ as he’s known as, has grown by leaps and bounds into an exciting performer whether it be with a TV track or an actual band and in more recent times quite a talented recording artist. At 25 years old Fantom Dundeal consistently appears before crowds numbering up to the thousands.
With over (150) “solid performances” to date, he has thrilled audiences across the region live, and even further , with notable performances in St. Kitts, Trinidad and Tobago as well as an unexpected showing in miami at a beach party with an attendance rearing close to 5,000 people and of course in his native country ,Barbados .
The dynamic artist has entertained at numerous popular clubs and venues, such as ‘Club 360’, ‘Reggae Lounge’, ‘the state hosted NCF events known as “The Calvacades”, ‘DMD’,Ship Inn’, ‘Club Extreme’, ‘ ‘The National Hip-Hop Festival’ and the ‘Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium’, to name a few.
These venues saw him opening for international and regional sensations Machel Montano, Grammy award nominee Beenie Man, the queen of dancehall Lady Saw, the king of Lover’s Rock Beres Hammond, the multiple king of Vincy Mas Skinny Fabulous, dance hall sensations Aidonia and HipHop Titan Kardinal Offishall, reggae heavyweights Sizzla, Junior Kelly and Konshens, and our very own multiple kings of multiples stages, Lil Rickand Edwin Yearwood, in fact, Fantom Dundeal’s talent has seen him open for a top international act out of rap mogul Lil Wayne’s Young Money, that’s right he opened for Tyga!
This list doesn’t cover everyone, but you begin to get the idea of how multi-talented and versatile he truly is, and why it’s earned him two Barbados Music Award nominations.
To sum it up in two words which have become synonymous with Fantom Dundeal’s name as well as the crew/family he is building … “Must Buss”
If you’re interested in contacting Fantom Dundeal for bookings you can find him here at the following social sites:
It takes but one positive thought when given a chance to survive and thrive to overpower an entire army of negative thoughts.
~ Robert H. Schuller