Dancehall artiste Pamputtae known widely for her explicit hardcore lyrics and her dancing skills has given fans a sample of her moves at an outing.
Originally from Kingston, the female deejay, born to the name Eveana Henry, took the Dancehall scene by storm in 2006 when she did an intro for the song Goodas Fi Dem by Tony Matterhorn. She went on to build her brand and career and has worked with artistes like Spice, Nicki Minaj, and Bounty Killer, and is known for tracks like Sticky Whine, Slim vs Fluffy, and Pat It Up.
Videos of the 37-year-old entertainer were posted to her Instagram account hours ago, showcasing her dance moves at a party. In the first video, dressed in a black, mesh body suit with black undergarments and black and green sneakers, Pamputtae was dancing to the song Backshot by Lady Saw, now known as Minister Marion Hall.
The artiste was bending over for most of the song, shaking her butt at the camera and at times running her hands over her butt and thighs.
The second video saw her grooving to Beenie Man’s Wickedest Slam to the sound of cheering and busting out moves like butterfly and muscle wine.
Watch the videos below:
The videos were captioned, “One thing she ago dance @1thanise_thickas u live f**kry.” Commenting on her moves, a fan stated, “yuh bun it dung girllll party sweet yuh 🔥🔥🔥🔥,” and renee630official said, “Ye gal bare vybz 🔥🔥.”
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