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A beloved Jamaican musician and former member of the renowned Scare Dem Crew, Boom Dandimite, has tragically passed away at the age of 50.
His untimely demise was a result of complications stemming from a previous car accident, leaving fans and the music industry mourning the loss of a talented artist.
Boom Dandimite’s musical journey began in the 1990s when he co-founded the Scare Dem Crew alongside his friends Nitty Kutchie, Harry Toddler, and Elephant Man.
Together, they created a wave of hit songs that resonated with fans. Tracks like “Pure Gal,” “Many Many,” and “Nah Run Down Gal” solidified their place in the music scene, establishing a dedicated fan base that admired their energetic performances and infectious beats.
Boom Dandimite car accident left a forever scar on his health
Tragedy struck in April 2023 when Boom Dandimite was involved in a devastating car accident that left him bedridden, fighting for his life and recovery.
The accident occurred on Half-Way Tree Road as he and DJ Wilful Skilful were traveling from Weddy Weddy to Leggo di Streets.
While Wilful Skilful was fortunate enough to be discharged from the hospital, Boom’s injuries were severe, requiring an extended hospital stay and intensive care.
Despite his initial return home, Boom’s health took a turn for the worse, leading his family to urgently seek further medical treatment for him in the United States.
They swiftly arranged for his transfer to a hospital in Orlando, where he was placed on life support.
According to the sources, American doctors revealed that bed rest has resulted in Boom developing blood clots and even pneumonia.
Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of the medical team, Boom Dandimite died of the complications arising from his injuries on Sunday, May 21.
The news of Boom’s passing sent shockwaves throughout the music community, leaving fans and fellow musicians in disbelief and sorrow.
DJ Wilful Skilful, who is still on the road to recovery himself, shared that Boom was eagerly looking forward to his performance at the upcoming Reggae Sumfest scheduled for July 21.
The loss of his friend and musical partner has deeply saddened him, and he fondly recalled their conversations about their future performances together.
Entertainer General B also expressed his grief over the sudden and tragic loss, referring to Boom Dandimite’s death as “the worst possible news ever.”
He urged fans and colleagues to hold Boom’s family in their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Social media platforms overflowed with an outpouring of condolences as fans and industry peers shared memories of Boom’s impact on the dancehall music scene and the joy he brought through his music.
Boom will be highly missed by his friends, family and fans, but his legacy will continue to inspire the musical industry.