Mr. Wacky Is Gone But His Dancing Lives On

His name first got big thanks to Buju Banton’s 92 smash “Bogle,” but over the years people learned that “Bogle” was not just a dance, but a human dancehall phenomenon. Simply put, no other dancer has had a greater impact on dancehall culture than Gerald “Bogle” Levy. Shortly after making his transition to recording artist, the longtime member of the Black Roses Crew was gunned down shortly after leaving the popular dance Weddy Weddy Wednesdays. On the day he would have turned 48 Boomshots celebrates his life and legacy. Fashion over style.

The Man Himself In Action

 

Voicemail ft. Ding Dong “Wacky Dip” (Bogle Tribute)

 

Bogle In The UK

Beenie Man “Row Like A Boat”

 

Bogle “All Dem Deh” (Drop It Like It’s Hot Remix)