The “Olympe Rosé” riddim features songs from five artistes. Dexta Daps‘ “Big Moves,” Munga Honorable’s “Weekend,” Ricardo “Bibi” Gardner’s “Mount A Gyal,” Christopher Martin‘s “Dweet” and Ding Dong’s “Top A Di Top.” Ding Dong has also created an accompanying Top A Di Top dance. The video is fire, and it is well put together. The transition from artiste to artiste is seamless and smooth. The whole flow is just liquid and full of vibes. You have to get on your feet when watching this video as it makes you want to move and party.
The video produced by Rajah Karanja Nelson and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital is quickly gaining views. The video was released to promote his Olympe Rosé champagne which can be seen right throughout the video. Many fans are also commending his brilliant idea to showcase his other branded products throughout the video, such as his Jeep and scooters.
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Contrary to popular opinion, Usain Bolt cannot fly. However, he does run extremely fast.
As the track and field events ramp up, Bolt will take center stage and give the world a glimpse of superhuman speed.
The questions remain: how fast and how much faster can he go?
According to Fox News, humans—who top out at roughly 23 mph—may one day be able to reach phenomenal speeds of up to 40 miles per hour.
That study showed that speed is based more on contracting muscle fibers than it is negated by sheer force of running.
They say “Behind every successful man, there is a strong, wise and hardworking woman.”
The World’s fastest man, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt has finally admitted that he is officially off the market and is in a steady, serious and committed relationship with a Jamaican woman.
Bolt who was Sunday’s guest on Profile, told veteran Jamaican journalist Ian Boyne that there is indeed “a special person” in his life, a 26-year-old he has been dating for over two years now.
“She is from Old Harbour actually,” Bolt told Boyne.
Bolt also explained that maintaining a low key relationship his a number one priority of his.
“I have tried my best to keep it on a certain level. I have explained to her that when it comes out it’s not gonna be as she thinks it’s gonna be. A lot of people will try to attack her so I tell her to just take it easy and let’s make sure that you’re ready for this,” Bolt stated before confessing that he spends a lot of time with his girl.
The fastest man in history is coming to London for the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games!
Two-time triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt will provide a spectacular Friday night finale when he competes at Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games.
‘‘London is a special place where I love to compete and I am looking forward to the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games on July 24," Bolt said.
I have great memories of competing in the Olympic Stadium in the summer of 2012 and in the previous Grand Prix meets in London.
The British fans are always great and I expect there will also be a lot of Jamaican fans in the stadium. It will be amazing to put on another great show for them under the floodlights on the Friday night.’
The world's fastest man Usain Bolt proved he is no slouch when it comes to sinking a few beers.
The Olympic and World champion, 28, looked in high spirits when he returned to Germany for the second successive Oktoberfest in Munich last night.
Kitted out in traditional German lederhosen, Jamaican sprinter was the star attraction as he posed for the cameras during the annual 16-day festival.
He was happy to mingle with fans while pulling his infamous pose and was later spotted cosying up to one blonde admirer before giving her an affectionate peck on the cheek.
Usain Bolt has caused embarrassment to Virgin Media after being caught performing crude dance moves at a pre-carnival party in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Olympic legend, who features in a number of Virgin adverts for broadband, was pictured in Momentum nightclub 'daggering' with a participating female.
The controversial dance, which originated in Mr Bolt's native Jamaica, is designed to imitate sexual intercourse.