Louis Grandison, known professionally as Dexta Daps, is a Jamaican reggae singer known for his dancehall songs as well as ballads. His songs include the 2014 ballad Morning Love, 2015's 7Eleven and the 2017 song Shabba Madda Pot. Following up on his singles, he launched his debut album Intro in 2017 with an erotic short film that received more than 1.6 million views on YouTube. He performed at Reggae Sumfest in 2017.
In 2017 he was in a dispute with radio host DJ and promoter DJ Jabba. His fan base includes many femalesand his performances have included daggering. He's been in various collaborations including with M.I.A. (rapper) and Blakkman. In 2017, reggae artist D'Angel released the song Whipped as a response to Daps' song Owner.
Daps grew up in the West Kingston, Jamaica neighborhood of Seaview Gardens, a neighborhood known for crime and poverty as well as for its tight community and as the home of Jamaican reggae stars Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer, and Elephant Man among others.
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