Buju Banton is unequivocally the greatest reggae artist to have ever commanded a microphone. The man born Mark Anthony Myrie is a living legend, world class deejay, breaker of records set by the honorable Robert Nesta Marley, revolutionary and ambassador of the Jamaican sound called “Dancehall.
David Constantine Brooks was raised in Kingston, Jamaica's Cassava Piece community. His grandmother gave him his first musical experience at a young age, bringing him to church to sing. He decided to name himself "Mavado" after the Swiss watch company Movado, with his manager altering the spelling.
Garfield Delano Spence, stage name Konshens, was born on January 11, 1985. His hits have included "Winner", "Rasta Impostor", "This Means Money", "Good Girl Gone Bad", "Gal Dem A Talk", "Realest Song", "Represent", "Do Sumn" and "Forward", "Gal a bubble".
Tina Pinnock, (born July 4, 1991) known professionally as <b>HoodCelebrityy</b>, is a Jamaican dancehall singer and songwriter from The Bronx, New York currently signed to Epic Records. She released two mixtapes in 2017, Can't Believe It's Just a Girl and Trap Vs. Reggae.
Tarrus Riley’s foray into music was inevitable. The talented singer and songwriter was always surrounded by music from an early age. His father is veteran reggae singer Jimmy Riley. Riley has learnt a lot by merely being in the environment of the music business.
Keron "Kabaka Pyramid" Salmon is a multi-talented artist and producer hailing from the streets of Kingston, Jamaica with a unique musical style blending the power, energy and melody of Reggae with the lyricism of Hip hop.
Malica has always been musically gifted. From a young age, she was singing and performing. Growing up, Malica's father had one of Kingston, Jamaica’s most popular sounds, 'Love Vibration Disco,' and like many children influenced daily by a plethora of music and musicians, Malica's musical destiny was inevitable.