Supa Dups Biography

Supa Dups
January 17, 2017
First published on:January 17, 2017

Facts of Supa Dups Biography

occupation Jamaican record producer, a drummer, and selector
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ethnicity Mixed
nationality Jamaican
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place_of_birth Kingston
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Synopsis

Supa Dups, is a Jamaican record producer, a drummer, and selector. He is is the member of the Black Chiney sound system.
Supa Dups appeared on Nina Sky's album by record 'Turnin' Me On' in 2004. In 2008 he produced multiple songs on John Legend's album and Kardinal Offishall's album.

Supa Dups Early Life and Education

Supa Dups is born in Kingston, Jamaica to the second generation Chinese Jamaican father and Hakka Chinese, German, and African descent. His birth name is Dwayne Chin-Quee. He has lived in the United States since his teens. At the age of 11, he has curiosity on music.

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He holds Jamaican nationality and belongs to the mixed ethical group. Regarding his educational life, we don't have any information, may be he attended some classes of singing.

Supa Dups Career

Supa Dups appeared on Nina Sky's album by producing their hit record 'Turnin' Me On' in 2004. Again in the next year, he appeared on Beenie Man & Capleton's albums. He has performed on Akon's album, David Banner's album, Rihanna's album & Pitbull's album. He produced multiple songs on John Legend's album and Kardinal Offishall's album in 2008.

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He won first Grammy album with his production of 'W.T.P.' on Eminem's Recovery album in February 2011. He formally started his career from 2004. He has made many hit albums in his career like Turnin' Me On, Set You Free, Come Over and much more. Supa Dups recently produced a track for Tessanne Chin's upcoming album for the Universal Republic.

Supa Dups Music videos and Riddims

Music videos
1. "Come Over" – Estelle featuring Sean Paul
2. "Nina" – Kardinal Offishall
3. "Numba 1 (Tide Is High)" – Kardinal Offishall featuring Keri Hilson
4. "Clear!" – Kardinal Offishall
5. "Each Tear" – Mary J. Blige
6. "Favorite DJ II" – Clinton Sparks featuring Sean Paul, Ricky Blaze & Supa Dups
7. "Liquor Store Blues" – Bruno Mars Featuring Damian Marley
8. "Fast Lane" – Bad Meets Evil
9. "Still Got It" – "Tyga" Featuring "Drake"
10. "Keep It Like It Is" – "Stacy Barthe"
11. 2013: "Smoke The Weed" – Snoop Lion featuring Collie Buddz

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Riddims
1. Kopa Riddim (2004)
2. Higher Octane Riddim (2006)
3. Drumline/Timeline Riddim (2007)
4. Doctor Bird Riddim (2008)

January 17, 2017
First published on:January 17, 2017
by admdoo


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