He was voted Jamaica's DJ of the year in 1994.
He is rivals with artist Bounty Killer.
Ever since he was little, he dreamed of being a DJ.
He is a Rastafarian.
His neighborhood featured many artists including Black Uhuru, and the Wailers' Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailers and Bob Marley.
His nicknames are The Invisible Beenie Man and Ten Year Boy Wonder.
He has released two albums, Tropical Storm in 2002 and Back to Basics in 2004.
His manager's name is Patrick Roberts.
A broken foot ended his dreams of becoming a soccer player.
He likes all types of music.
One of his musical influences is Bob Marley.
Beenie Man was selected to attend many schools because of his strength at soccer.
Little Kirk is his younger brother.
In 1993 at the very popular show Sting, Beenie Man and Bounty Killer met in a lyrical battle.
He is signed to Virgin Records.
He's engaged to a female DJ D'Angel.
Beenie Man: You have to get everyone involved in your music. You can't be an artist stuck in Jamaica, America or England; you have to be a universal artist. I'm a fan of all music.
Beenie Man: I'm a word garden. I build words, make words. Words are always in my head. All I need is a beat and that's it. I have a dictionary in my head, the beats create a melody and once you find the melody, that's the song
Beenie Man: Art & Life is about the way an artist paints a picture - but a picture also paints an artist.