Ricardo Alexander O'Neil Weeks, known as DJ Black or DJ Negro, is a Panamanian artist, composer, producer and music director. In 2008, DJ Black wrote the hit song "Chucha Su Madre", which is the number one record in Panama for many months. Since 2008, the song "Chucha Su Madre" by DJ Black has become a topic of controversy and praise. It went straight to number 1 on the Panama Video and Radio Chart and was featured during the 2008 Carnival. Due to the use of the word "Chucha Su Madre", the Panamanian government censored the song. This action made DJ Black unable to claim the official crown of "El Rey De Carnival". Despite this fact, DJ Black performed this song for millions of dollars; and the single itself went on to break records for the most played song on Panama radio.
|Birth name||Ricardo Alexander O'Neil Weeks|
|Born||Jul 02, 1972|
|Origin||Panama City, Panama|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, Music Executive, Director of Culture(Panama)|
|Labels||Moreno Music Group|
|Associated acts||Flex, Cesar Moreno, Danger Man, Lorna, Match & Daddy, El General, Comando Tiburon|
Panamanian rapper, composer, and music producer best known for his controversial hit song"Chucha Su Madre" from 2008."Vengo Caliente" and"Sinforoso" are two of his most popular songs.
He was a founder member of The World Condition, a dance music group, when he was fourteen years old.
Los Locos Somos Mas, a popular album with a political message, was released in 2009.
Ricardo Alexander O'Neil Weeks was born in Panama City, Panama. Kevin Weeks, his son, was born to him.
Panamanian male singer. Panamanian reggaeton artists. Reggaeton record makers. Panamanian musician