DHQ

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DHQDancehall Queen (competition)
DHQMean Diurnal High Water Inequality
DHQDistrict Headquarters (Pakistan)
DHQDigital Humanities Quarterly
DHQDivisional Headquarters (Salvation Army)
DHQDiet History Questionnaire
DHQDihydroquercetin (nutrition)
DHQDivision Headquarters
DHQDivision of Healthcare Quality (Massachusetts)
DHQDigital Headquarters
DHQDance HQ (Sydney, NSW, Australia dancewear)
DHQDesign Headquarters
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The new dancehall queen, born Cynthia Millz and signed to Greater David Hallmark /Red Panther music label, is out with her maiden single, 'PAPITO.'
When Jasmine questions if Spice knows her, the dancehall queen is no longer interested in carrying on the conversation and attacks her.
The 2nd Asian Dancehall Queen and King Competition 2018 is going down at Triangle Saturday night.
He then teamed up with UK dancehall queen Lady Chann for his second single I'm Done, which was released in March 2013 and became 1Xtra's BBC Introducing Track Of The Week, ABSORB records all his digitally-based tracks in a home recording studio and relies heavily on the internet and social media to promote his music.
Veal-Steen Music Publishing, which recently signed Dancehall queen Patra, is a division of LGN Entertainment Distribution Inc., as a premier independent music publisher, licensing, royalty collection, publishing administration and music placement company.
LADY CHANN Sticky Situation EP Big-voiced dancehall queen Chanelle Williams pits her alter ego against sizzling dance beats and lobs in some heroic spit 'n' flow on this aural explosion.
I didn't know her personally, but remember her from the days of Lloyds and Liberties where I thought of her as the Cardiff Dancehall queen because of her clothes, figure and dance moves, and would often pass her through Grange as she rode her bike.
'Downtown's 'dancehall queen' contests as the answer to the 'Uptown' Miss Jamaica beauty pageants (Hope, 2006 & Cooper, 2005) help make this point.
Don's 2005 documentary Punk: Attitude, about the origins of the punk movement, will be shown alongside his 1997 Jamaica-set movie Dancehall Queen, starring Beenie Man.
Decorated with plenty of music, this amiable but simplistically scripted pic from the helming duo behind "Dancehall Queen" (1997) looks to have a short, sharp career in highly specific markets where names like lead actor/singer Kymani Marley (son of the late Bob) will resonate.