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  • Hopeton Brown Aka The Scientist

    The Reggae Biz Talk Show - (The show where we talk about the buisness side of the industry)

    You Can Catch The Scientist Hosting "The Reggae Talk Show" On Stockade Promotions Radio.


    Time - : 6:30pm Til 8:30pm GMT 


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    Hopeton Brown better known as The Scientist and sometimes known as Overton Brown, from Kingston, Jamaica was a protégé of King Tubby (Osbourne Ruddock), one of the originators of dub music. The Scientist burst onto the reggae scene in the early ’70s with a reckless mixing style that seemed to outdo even King Tubby’s wildest extravaganzas. He began his career as an engineer at Tubby’s in the mid 70’s. Shortly afterwards, he gained a reputation with a distinctive mixing style.

    He left King Tubby's studio at the end of the 70’s and became the principal engineer for Channel One Studio, giving him the chance to work on a 16-track mixing desk rather than the four tracks at Tubby's. He came to prominence in the early 1980s and produced many albums, his mixes featuring on many releases in the first part of the decade. In particular, he was the favourite engineer of Henry "Junjo" Lawes, for whom he mixed several albums featuring the Roots Radics, many based on tracks by Barrington Levy. He also did a lot of work for Linval Thompson and Jah Thomas. In 1982 he left Channel One to work at Tuff Gong studio.

    He made a series of albums in the early 1980s, released on Greensleeves Records with titles themed around Scientist's fictional achievements in fighting Space Invaders, Pac-Men, and Vampires, and winning the World Cup. The music on these albums was played by Roots Radics, his most frequent collaborators.

    Five of his songs from the album The Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires were used as the playlist songs on the K-Jah radio station in the 2001 video game Grand Theft Auto 3.

    “In the ’70s, I started building sound system audio amplifiers. I would then test the amplifier with test instruments to determine how the amplifier was performing. Everything would look normal, but when I played reggae music through the amplifier, it would over heat and the plates of the KT88 would run red, especially when I played a mix from the great King Tubby’s that had subsonic drum and bass frequencies as well as razor sharp high frequencies I would have to re -bias the KT88 and make other changes in order to accommodate reggae’s wide frequency response and high slew rate needs. I noticed when I played other types of music the amplifier would respond normal. I found that to be strange so I used King Tubby’s mixes as a platform to ensure that the amplifiers would not break down under extreme conditions.

    I was fascinated by his exclusive style of mixing and unique sound effects. It was the “Roots of Dub” dub album produced by Bunny Lee that became my favourite test album and also inspired me to want to meet him. One day, I was repairing a television for a friend who had worked for King Tubby’s, we needed a transformer and King Tubby’s was the only place who had those particular types of transformers I was so excited to meet this brilliant man and considered myself very lucky to have had this opportunity. After that, it became a regular place for me to buy special made power and output transformers for the amplifiers that I was building. King Tubby’s became impressed with my electronic skills and abilities at such a young age. I told him I wanted to build a mixing console, at first, it sounded like a joke to him we joked about making mixing consoles with moving faders and automation. Years later it became a reality in Neve’s moving faders and SSL’s automation with total recall.”

    Hopeton O Brown
    Electronic Engineer/Producer Engineer
    Contact 1818-582-6734
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  • ShaeMillion TheGreat

    Born into a musical family it comes as no surprise that Shannan “Shae Mill” Miller has chosen to pursue a career in music. According to this multi-talented lover of the arts, she has been surrounded by music since birth. Her grandma said that before Shae could talk she use to hum herself to sleep. When she was a little girl her mother sang and played the guitar, and was a member of a band. Shae fondly remembers accompanying her mother to many of her rehearsals. Her grandmother was the choir director at church. Music was always present in the house as her grandfather, an avid vinyl records collector, and her auntie Joan use to play a wide range of music at home such as Rock Steady, Reggae, Dancehall, Country, Gospel, Latin, Jazz, Blues, Soul and Disco.

    It wasn’t long before Shae began to sing in church. She was so little at the time that she had to stand on a chair during her performances. She credits her family and the church for the development of her talent in her earlier years. By the time she was in the third grade she was singing at concerts, weddings and school events. In 2002 Shae Mill went on to Northern Caribbean University (NCU). While in college she met a fellow student by the name of Jermaine “T-One” Hamilton. T-One was also very involved in music and encouraged Shae to learn audio engineering and practice making beats. She did just that.

    Since then Shae Miller has worked with other producers, artistes and production houses. She has done background vocals for several established artistes. She has also added songwriting to her list of talents and has been ghostwriting for several local acts. Shae hopes to make her label, Diphrent Shaedz, one of the top labels in the island and even in the world.

    Her first official release came early 2013. The song titled If Yuh Think Yuh Bad on the Hot Pursuit Rhythm features recording artiste, Tiana. The rhythm composed by Shae Mill and produced by Carlington Wilmot on the Outaroad Label also features Konshens, Darrio and other artistes. July 12, 2013 marked the release of Shae's first official music video and the official release of her song "A You Mi Love". This was followed by the release of her smooth lovers' rock The Way You Love Me in November of the same year and the release of the sensual single Sweet Love (Even If A Lie) on Valentine's Day 2014.

    Armed with musical genius, close to 300 beats and albums worth of recorded music, this 5’3” of pure platinum is on her way to success in the music business both locally and internationally. Shae says “I was born for the arts-all of them. I write, I perform, I draw, I paint. The people I have in my life are all responsible for the incredible skills I possess today. The struggles I have had in my life are responsible for the armor that my skin has become. I am unbreakable, unstoppable.”


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  • Sista Dee

    Dolores "Sista Dee" Barbee had been singing most of her life. As with most artists, she had started in the church and continued singing until she started a family, After her son grew up, she stayed in the background and allowed him to showcase his talent. After being absent for so long, she then decided at her son's insistence to sing again.

    Sista Dee was a former lead singer with The Lemon Gospel Chorus of Detroit Michigan, and had also sung with some of the biggest names in gospel music; such as the late James Cleveland, Elma Hendricks, Donald Vail and a host of others. In the early seventies, she caught reggae fever and had been a staunch supporter of the music ever since. She owned and operated "Rockers Corner Radio in Detroit Mi where her motto is, Conscious Music for your mind and your Spirit. 100% positive 100% of the time. Mama Dee recently died of cancer. And we continuously pray her soul rest in peace. Take a listen and enjoy Sista Dee

    "I am a spiritual being trying to master a human experience"






  • Sonia Pottinger

    Sonia Eloise Pottinger OD (21 June 1931 – 3 November 2010) was a Jamaican reggae record producer.

    The most important Jamaican woman involved in music business, Sonia Pottinger was the first female Jamaican record producer and produced artists from the mid-1960s until the mid-1980s.

    Married to music producer Lyndon Pottinger, she opened her Tip Top Records Shop in 1965 and started to record musicians in 1966. The first single she issued was "Every Night" by Joe White & Chuck.Other artists recorded during this period include Roland Alphonso. Throughout the rock steady and early reggae eras, she became very prolific with hits by The Ethiopians ("The Whip"), Delano Stewart, The Melodians ("Swing And Dine"), Ken Boothe, Alton Ellis and Toots & the Maytals, released on her Gay Feet, Tip Top, Rainbow, and High Note labels. In the early 1970s her work was less prolific, but in 1974 she bought the Treasure Isle label from long-time friend Duke Reid shortly before his death. Her rights to the label's recordings were challenged by the Jamaica Recording and Publishing Studio Limited (the company created by Reid's rival Clement "Coxsone" Dodd), Reid's son Anthony and his company Treasure Isle Records International Limited, and Edward "Bunny" Lee, but the case was decided in her favour in 2009.

    In the 1970s, she produced albums by Bob Andy, Marcia Griffiths, Culture, U Roy and Big Youth. Her most well known production is Culture's Harder Than The Rest album, released in 1978.

    In the dancehall era show produced Archie & Lynn's "Rat in the Centre". She retired from the music business in 1985.

    Sonia Pottinger died at her home in Kingston on 3 November 2010, after suffering for some time with Alzheimer's disease. A thanksgiving service in her honour was held on 19 November 2010, attended by Minister of Culture Olivia 'Babsy' Grange and major figures from the Jamaican music industry including Judy Mowatt, Alvin Ranglin, Donovan Germain, and Tommy Cowan.

    Partial discography

        Various Artists - Dancing Down Orange Street (High Note, 1969)
        Various Artists - Musical Feast (Heartbeat Records, 1991)
        Various Artists - The Reggae Train (More Great Hits From The High Note Label) (Heartbeat, 1996)
        Various Artists - Put on Your Best Dress: Sonia Pottinger's Rock Steady 1967-1968
        Various Artists - Queen Patsy & Stranger Cole (Fabulous Songs of Miss Sonia Pottinger Vol.1) (Rock A Shacka, 2007)

        Culture - Harder Than The Rest (High Note, 1978)
        Culture - Culture In Dub (High Note / Heartbeat, 1978)
        Culture - Cumbolo (High Note, 1979)
        Culture - International Herb (High Note, 1979)
        Culture - Trod On (High Note / Heartbeat, 1993)
        Culture - Production Something (High Note / Heartbeat, 1998)
        Various Artists - Old Hits of the Past (High Note)
        Joe White & Chuck Josephs - Every Night (Gay Feet)
        Joe White & Chuck Josephs - My Love For You (Gay Feet)
        The Hippy Boys - Dr No Go (High Note)
        Various Artists - Time To Remember (High Note)
        Phyllis Dillon - One Life To Live (Treasure Isle)
        Bob Andy - Lots Of Love And I (High Note)
        Sonia Spence - In The Dark (High Note & Sky Note)
        Claudell Clarke - How Great Is Our God (Glory)
        Otis Wright - Sacred Songs (High Note, 1969)
        Otis Wright - Soul Stirring Gospel (Glory)
        Otis Wright - Man Of Galilee (Glory)
        Various Artists - Chorus Time (Glory)
        Various Artists - Hottest Hits Vol.1 (Treasure Isle). Compiled and produced by Sonia Pottinger
        Various Artists - Hottest Hits Vol.2 (Treasure Isle). Compiled and produced by Mrs Sonia Pottinger
        Various Artists - Treasure Dub Vol.1. Mixed by Errol Brown. Produced by Sonia Pottinger
        Various Artists - Treasure Dub Vol.2. Mixed by Errol Brown. Produced by Sonia Pottinger
        Justin Hinds & the Dominoes - From Jamaica with Reggae. Produced by Sonia Pottinger




  • Sons Of MyStro

    Have you ever been serenaded by a musical duo, who plays over ten different genres of popular music, using the violin instead of their voices to literally express a song’s lyrics? If not, then you must not have heard of the upcoming violin virtuosos- Sons of MyStro!!!!

    Sons of MyStro has been honing their skills in the Broward County public school system, attending Bethune Elementary School in Hollywood, Florida, on through Parkway Middle School, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Dillard High School for the Performing Arts and Broward College, Davie, Florida. Since being formed as a group, in June of 2010, Sons of MyStro has performed at a variety of events such as playing the signature song, BACK IN BLACK-AC/DC, at the players introduction, of seven Miami Heat games, for their BACK IN BLACK promotion during their 2011/2012 basketball season, Keys To The City Ceremonies, most notably honoring international recording artist, Wyclef Jean, the Kardashians sisters, Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival, Legends Easter Fest, One Love Reggae Fest, Reggae Dancehall Awards, graced the same stage with veteran artists, such as John Holt, Ken Boothe, Dobby Dobson, Freddie McGregor, Frankie Paul, Barrington Levy, and artists from the now generation such as  Mr Vegas, Beenie Man, Romain Virgo, Etana. Many of these artist have expressed amazement at the depth and variety of Sons of MyStro’s musical selections and their innovative and artistic arrangements. Sons of Mystro has also won Emerging Artist under 21yrs old at IRAWMA (International Reggae and World Music Awards).
    In covering a song, Sons of MyStro invariably enhances that particular song due to their unique styling. Sons of MyStro also composes their own material, currently amassing songs for their upcoming debut album. Among their earliest influences, going back to their days in elementary school, is the unique, ground breaking group-Black Violin. After seeing Black Violin perform for the first time and meeting them backstage, the youngest member of the group, Umoja, expressed his desire to one day play like them and was advised by Kevin Marcus to "practice, practice, practice". This lit a spark within Umoja, as he took this advice literally and greatly improved his technique and styling abilities, consequently impacting his brother as well. Another of their great influences is Samvel Yervinyan, and Sayaka Katsuki, violinist with Yanni, and also the late, great, Jascha Heifetz who was one of the world’s greatest violinist. They aspire to one day attain the exceptional levels of these artists and perhaps even play alongside some of them, in the future.

    Among Sons of MyStro future aspirations are attending Julliard School of Music for Umoja, further enhancing his exceptional musical abilities and for Malcolm, to attend University of Miami to study music production and the business side of music. Besides putting themselves in a position to someday play with many of the luminaries in the music fraternity, Sons of MyStro wants to give back to their community by teaching and influencing youngsters in society. In bringing the violin to the forefront, Sons of MyStro hopes to bring many years of pleasurable enjoyment to an audience, worldwide, bringing moments of sanity in these turbulent times! So look out world you are on a magical, musical journey, courtesy of the Sons of MyStro. Enjoy!!!!

    Handel McNeish aka Daddy Mystro
    MCN Entertainment Inc.
    Artist Management/Bookings
    Tel: (954) 394-6836
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  • Soul Of Anbessa

    Soul of Anbessa Records

    The Soul of Anbessa record label - "anbessa" meaning "lion" in the ethiopian amharic language - is a small and totally independent label I started in 2006. It was created with one aim : releasing roots music with a conscious message, played by live musicians, as well as trying and finding back the lost sound of the golden era of the genre. That philosophy might sound very conservative, I'd rather call it very nostalgic...For this purpose, I decided to work with the very people who created this music, for who better than them would know how it should sound ? It allowed to spend unforgettable hours in Kingston studios with these musical giants. Watching these amazing artists playing the music I had been "composing" for months on my guitar is a feeling I really can't describe. I could already record many artists that were amongst my favourite. But there still are many more I am dreaming of adding to that list... I also wish to help and promote lesser known talents, like Jazzmine Black, Danny Culture, or UK based nigerian singer Ras Obi.

    I released all my productions on vinyl 7" singles, for it's the classic format for jamaican music, and my favourite one as a collector. I am also planning to release some 12" in the future. A few months after their vinyl release, the songs are also made available on legal downoad, for the people who don't own a turntable any more. And are kind enough to actually pay for the music...My records are being sold in shops all over the world. The list can be found in the "shop" section.

    In this adventure, I had the great luck to be able to count on the priceless help of my musical mentor Mr Harris "BB" Seaton. He opened his address book for me, and was always ready to help and advise me, with his musical knowledge and experience. I can never thank him enough for that. And of course my great friend Prince Alla, whom I met twelve years ago in Geneva thanks to Asher Selector, and has since become a very important person to me. I spent literally hundreds of hours singing and reasoning with Prince in his home in Greenwich Town, moments I could never have dreamt of when I discovered this wonderful artist's music many years ago. This is why Prince's song is always the first release on a new riddim. The great Dwight Pinkney also played a very important part in the adventure, always helpful and a real pleasure to work with.

    I hope this is only a start. I have many plans and projects in mind, and I'll do my best to make them become a reality. So please keep your ears open...


    - Adrien Oesch, who spent countless nights working on the mixes and dubs of my songs
    - Inyaki, whose work with BDF is very inspirational for me, for his precious collaboration
    - Darren Jamtone and Dub Terror for their wicked mixing skills
    - Litelet, who not only is one of the wickedest vintage deep roots selector, but designed most of my labels.
    - my brother Florian, who coproduced some ot the songs, when the finances were down low
    - Ben, Joris and Thomas, from Kahuna Web Studio, who built me this beautiful website
    - all the shops and buyers who support struggling independent labels like mine

    Marc Ismail Bio (CEO Soul of Anbessa Records)
        - birth in Mendrisio (Ticino)
        - discovery of reggae, through a Bob Marley tape
        - start collecting reggae music, and reading about it
        - first reggae show, Ras Michael in Geneva
        - first trip to Jamaica
        - start DJ'ing, in the "Conquerin' Glion" (the name of my village) "sound system", with my friends Greg and Julien
        - first meeting with Prince Alla, in Geneva
        - trip to Ethiopia
        - first reggae article, in La Liberté
        - change in name for the "sound", which becomes "Soul of Anbessa"
        - end of my Contemporary History master degree work at Fribourg university : "It a go dread inna Switzerland"
        - recording of the Shuttle riddim, official birth of the Soul of Anbessa record label
        - interview about rastafari on swiss french speaking national radio station RSR La Première, in the "Un dromadaire sur l'épaule" show
        - third trip to Jamaica
        - interview about reggae on swiss french speaking national radio station RSR La Première, in the "Un dromadaire sur l'épaule" show
        - interview about homophobia in dancehall music in 36oº magazine
        - first reggae articles in 24 Heures, also published in Racines swiss reggae magazine
        - first releases on the label "Foward" by Prince Alla, "Life goes on" by BB Seaton, and "It goes like that" by Dennis Alcapone
        - design of the sleeve of BB Seaton's anthology CD
        - fourth trip to Jamaica
        - conference at Mona University, Kingston : "Reggae music as a bridge between worlds"
        - recording of the second riddim on the label, "Tizita" by the Roots Radics
        - interview in jamaican national radio RJR's show "Beyond the headlines"
        - interview in the Jamaica Observer
        - workshop at the Montreux Jazz Festival : "Roots, rock, reggae : the revolutionnary sound of Jamaica"
        - conference at Zurich Kunsthaus museum about ethiopian music
        - design of the sleeve of BB Seaton's "Ready for the world" LP
        - article in the Jamaica Institute's publication Jamaica Journal "Reggae music as a bridge between worlds"
        - article in the black music magazine Vibrations "King Tubby, l'autre king"
        - release of the final single on the Shuttle riddim, "Why did you go" by Leroy Sibbles, and "La Linea crossing" by Inyaki
        - "Don't play" by Stranger Cole is selected by french music magazine Les Inrocks to represent Kingston in their "Saga Cités : 12 villes de musique" CD

        - fifth trip to Jamaica
        - recording of "Together again", the official Gaylads reunion song
        - first releases on the "Tizita" riddim : "Maybe (one day)" by Prince Alla, and "World Crisis" by the Tamlins
        - live interview from Kingston with Prince Alla, on french radio Prun FM
        - interview on swiss french speaking national radio station RSR La Première, about the heritage of Marley in Switzerland, in the "Radio Paradiso" show
        - interview in the Jamaica Observer, for the International reggae day
        - interview on radio station RSR La Première for the "Face b" show, about Peter Tosh and Buju Banton
        - design of Ras Obi's debut LP "Xterminate hate", released by Soul Beat records
        - official member of the Jamaican association of vintage artists and affiliates (JAVAA)
        - release of "Together again", the first Gaylads song in 40 years, and "anthem" of their historical reunion
        - sixth trip to Jamaica
        - "Together again" is featured in Arte's classic program "Tracks"
        - Release of five cuts on the "Tizita riddim" : Jazzmine Black's "Respect me", Jah Bast and the Tamlins' "My meditation of Him shall be sweet", Danny Culture's "Bloody city", Vernon "Maytone" Buckley's "Why peace take a back seat" and Inyaki's "Tizita mood"
        - Interview in swiss newspaper "Le Temps" : "Jamaïque, une île qui déborde".
        - Release of the first cuts on the new Abeng riddim : Prince Alla "The System", and The Psalms "Revelation time"
        - Interview on french Radio Lazer's "Dance all together" show
        - Interview in italian reggae magazine "La ragga fanza"
        - Release of the second cut of the Abeng riddim : Leroy Brown "Crime is a business"



  • Starkey Banton

    Born in Hammersmith, London. Starkey Banton began performing in the mid-1970s under the name Starkey Super on the London sound system circuit. He changed his stage name to Starkey Banton ("Banton" meaning a deejay full of lyrics) in response to the popularity of several other performers using the Banton name. His debut single, "Lover Dread", was released in 1993, bucking the trend for slackness. This was followed by "Blackman Memories" and "Ganja Baby".[1] In 1994 he worked with the One Love crew, who released his "Wicked Man" single, the popularity of which led to combination hits with Sweetie Irie and Horace Andy, and an appearance at the 1995 Reggae Sunsplash festival.

    His 1985 riposte to the Jungle music phenomenon, "Jungle Bungle" ("One bag a noise and a whole heap a sample, That's something my ear holes can't handle!"), was hugely popular among Britain's urban audience. He recorded for Fashion Records, releasing "Nah Wear Nuh Versace", coincidentally released on the day Gianni Versace was murdered, followed by a string of cultural singles with "I Love King Selassie", "I & I Saw Them Coming", and "Weeping & Wailing", collected together along with the dub sides and new material on his debut album, Powers Youth, in 1997. The album featured Mykal Rose, with whom Banton recorded combination tracks "Release Me" and "Another Day in Babywrong".His second album, Rasta Mystic, was produced by Mad Professor, with rhythms provided by Mafia & Fluxy and Black Steel, and released on Ariwa in 2000.








  • Steppa Forward

    Born Miguel Williams on October 27, this young Rastafarian activist hails from the community of Gregory Park located in Portmore St. Catherine. Jamaica. Steppa has been penning poetry from as early as 1996 but ventured into performance some years later in 2000, when he entered the UWI Steppa was the recipient of the Robert Marley Academic Scholarship from 2000-2003. Steppa is a graduate of the UWI Mona where he holds a Bachelors Degree in History (African) and International Relations. He is currently writing for a Phd in Cultural Studies.

    This young artiste has performed on several popular shows over the years, they include; Rebel Salute, Sting, Reggae Sunsplash, Calgary Reggae Festival ‘Canada’, Pomedy, Poetry in Motion and several others. Steppa is a two time nominee for the International Reggae and World Music Awards ‘IRAWMA’ in the category of best poet.

    Steppa is also the Director of a local Non-Governmental Organization known as the Forward Step Foundation dealing with Community development and Education, Wealth Creation, Creative Therapy and Total Empowerment. He is an active force in the islands prisons and juvenile correctional facilities where he operates as a teacher/motivational speaker/cultural producer of music and events.

    He is the creative face of the Youth centered television show ‘Talk Up Yout’ aired on TVJ. televsionjamaica.com/talkupyout) (talkupyout.com) With his album and book compilation being worked on, Steppa continues to be stedfast in his efforts to represent Royaly. His 25 track promo album is now out titled ‘Reggaetry’.


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  • Stewie Cables

    When I was in JA, I just liked music - loved it. Up on the hills of Chudleigh, Manchester, my mother used to take me to church and I played the tambourine. A lady in the church said, “This youth is going to be a musician.” From that, anything happening in the district like a concert, I would be involved. It was in 1959 when I really began playing music. Then I came to town. Prior to town, I went to a place called Chester Bay Camp. They had a little band there that I joined. I played percussion. Once I left there and came to town (Kingston, JA), I performed in a lot of places. Everybody was always excited when I did anything. So I continued to do that until two other friends of mine and I formed a band in Jamaica named ‘The Cables’ in 1962. One by one, we all migrated to the United States and have had several reunions in different States. Though I’ve played and sung harmony, I’ve always enjoyed doing solos. I like to play guitar. The person who really taught me how to play guitar is the late Trevor Roper from the band ‘Chalice’. I thank God for meeting him.

    I am Stewie Cables. My wife, affectionately known as ‘Sister Vero’ has been my greatest supporter. We have been married for 46 ½ years strong! I love her dearly. She was the one who bought me my first guitar. May the LORD continue to bless her.

    In 1993, an opportunity was presented to me through an invitation to Japan. Arrangements were made and in the same year I performed solo in Japan as ‘Stewie Cables’, my stage name. The trend continued for me to go solo. When I migrated to the States, I continued singing solo, even though I played guitar in a lot of bands. With these various bands, I’ve performed in Stage Shows in Baltimore, Maryland and different States all over. Currently, I have my own studio, ‘Stewie Cables Studio’, in Baltimore, Maryland, where I reside. Daily, I am learning more and more of the engineering side of music. We do still have a group and on occasions when we reunite, it is ‘The Cables’. When performing solo, I go by ‘Stewie Cables’. An album will soon be coming out, with a couple singles. I am excited about that. Everything I do, I put my all in it. I play the lead guitar, bass guitar, keyboard and drums. I don’t blow horns. Yes, I’m pressing on – trying new things and sounds in my studio. It is an exciting time to be doing music. My encouragement to every young person interested in music is to learn to play an instrument. In the midst of tough world crisis, music has always had a subtle way of bringing people together. It gives peace and tranquility. With the uprising of various electronic / synthetic sounds, the younger generation is missing out by not continuing the legacy of knowing how to play an actual real instrument. Let us not become so digitized that we forget the basics and the art of skillfully playing at least one instrument.

    For future bookings and to purchase an album, you may contact me at (410) 404-6512 and my e-mail is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


  • Supa Sass

    Born of Jamaica parentage in the parish of Clarendon, Donald Mcleod(supa sass)began his career up the deejay ladder at the tender age of thirteen when he entered a talent show at a local night club.And since then this lyrical deejay has taken entertaining seriously no matter the crowd;he will tailor his lyrics and performance to suit them.You know,there are all kinds of people out there wanting to be entertained, so it is my duty as a deejay to make sure the fans get what they want. His sharp, unique coarse vocal on the latest dancehall rhythms bear the hallmark of an entertainer who is definitely ready for any kind of challenge.Not only is he a well-seasoned deejay but is versatile and follow up his styles with lively sing jay vocals on his own recordings. Sass's strong spiritual beliefs come across in his humble personality.Inna myself,Iknow there is a God.I used to go to church and sing in the choir so right now Ihave to be giving thanks and praises to the most high for all his blessing Sass also acknowledges and give credit to some of Jamaica's most prolific deejays like Papa San, lt. stichie and Professor Nuts who he sees as some of the 'foundation' artist who continues to make an impact, and has influenced the way Sass's lyrics flow in the recording and stage show performances. Putting pen to paper and coming up with well prepared and entertaining lyrics is of vital importance to sass and althrough not a man of instrument, he sometimes plays the guitar.

    His first recording Skip Around was made after winning a talent contest in Ochi Rios with hitchie ranks. and he remembers his second vivdly, I won a deejay contest promoted by Black Scorpio and we were told that the winner would get a recording deal,After that mistaken Identity, on the Roof Club Label, came next. After touring the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas, his arrival in the UK in 1999 saw sass get down to serious business in the studios producing'School Girls' and Court House Nuh Nice on the Ruff Cutt Label and pokerman'single and the stockade lable'. Sass has experience on his side and has no intention of rushing the limelight but prefers to take his time to lay a firm foundation. He is fresh from the dancehalls and stage shows like[ sting ]sun splash] teem splash] and all majo shows in Jamaica and now wants to make a positive impact on the British youths of today.I look forward to the day when I can help the youth to help themselves so we all can live together in peace and oneness. There is know stopping for Supa Sass the gal them Icas,award winning deejay and tune of the year 2005/2006 and nominated for new deejay and tune of the year 2011grandcayman; sass all so release a remix song title(i shall sing) with king sound wich is geting alot of airplay in Africa and Urope ; sass mean buisnis in 2013 be cause he is set to star in a move call( friend become enemy)