Kemar Highcon, named Kemar Woodfine, has had a love affair with Jamaica’s dancehall/reggae scene for as long as he can remember. Born on October 25, 1990 in Kingston Jamaica, he can attribute much of his musical influence to names like Buju Banton, Bounty Killer and Assassin/ Agent Sasco.
Cardiff Butt, better known as General Degree, was born in Manchester, Jamaica on April 28th. Active in the industry since the late 1980s- early 1990s, Degree is one of the most hard working and underrated dancehall/reggae artists to hit the scene.
You guessed it… it’s Wallace Wilson! Actually, my bad if I lost you on that one, he’s better known as Red Rat. Wallace Wilson was born in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica on January 17, 1978. Red Rat’s father was very involved with music, having been the guitarist for the band, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds […]
Cham, formerly known as ‘Baby Cham’, has been active in the reggae/dancehall scene since the early 1990s. Born Damian Beckett on February 24 1979, Cham knew from an early age that music would be in his future.
1. ‘Ding Dong’ is not his real name. You probably already knew that. What you may not know is that his real name is actually Kemar Christopher Dwaine Ottey 2. He’s had the nickname since early childhood. He was given the nickname by his father as a young child. Ding Dong’s father was a community […]