Dane Hype BIOGRAPHY

Sheldon Whyte, who goes by the stage name ‘Dane Hype’ is passionate
about music. 

The artiste, who hails from Montego Bay, aims to become an
established reggae and dancehall artiste, in Jamaica and
internationally. 

Currently, he is focused on building his career
in Jamaica and has done a number of singles in his quest to become
recognized in the industry. 

Sheldon was born on August 10, 1990 at
the Cornwall Regional Hospital in Montego Bay, St. James. He was raised
in John’s Hall, in South Central St. James. He attended the Springmount
Basic School.
 

His family later moved to Granville (Retirement Area). He
enrolled at the Barracks Road Primary School, in Montego Bay, and then
the Anchovy High School, located in Southern St. James. 

It was
while attending Anchovy High School, in 2007 that he started doing
music. He would perform at various events in his community from time to
time as well as at school. 

 He was part of the group ‘Hype Brothers’ and
was named ‘Dane Hype’. He has decided to maintain ‘Dane Hype’ as his
professional stage name. He has always admired the work of Vybz Kartel,
Bounty Killa, Jah Cure, Sizzla, Lady Saw and Movado. 

In 2009,
Sheldon decided to become a professional artiste. Since then, he has
performed at various entertainment events throughout the length and
breadth of Jamaica. Sheldon has also worked with a number of producers –
locally and overseas; among them – Victory One Production,
Collaboration Records and Promuzik Production. 

A proud father of a
son and daughter, Sheldon is determined to make it big in the music
business. 

He attributes his motivation to children and his parents who
have never stopped believing in him. 

Sheldon ‘Dane Hype’ Whyte
pledges to remains focused and dedicated and is willing to continue
working hard to achieve his dream of becoming of Jamaica’s best
recording artistes. 

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