The Overweight Lover Inna Rub a Dub Style—Big, Bad, and Broad

Yes big man—run things fe years without tears and fears. Long before every other rapper started jumping on reggae remixes, Dwight “Heavy D” Myers was kicking it with Super Cat at Act III in the Bronx and cutting wicked tunes with the Don Dada like “Big And Ready” and “Dem No Worry We,” not to mention “Hotness” with Buju Banton. Keen listeners should have detected a distinctive Jamaican flavor in Heavy D & The Boyz’ catalog since day one. But over the past two years the rap legend, label exec, and award-winning actor has added lovers’ rock singer to his resume. Stay tuned for the exclusive Boomshots interview live from Daddy’s House NYC. We got nuttin but love for ya, Hev.