T Artists

  • Teri

    Teri - International Recording Artist

    Teri is an International Singer/Songwriter originally from Kingston Jamaica, currently living in Toronto, Canada. She has also spent a significant period of time living in the UK.

    Music has been her passion for as long as she can remember. She grew up singing in the church and also at her local primary school. Teri describes singing as an escape mechanism - a way to escape anything and everything, from the most delightful moments to those that she was often too shy to deal with.  "Music was, and still is, the answer to everything for me" she articulates. Music, she said, defines her in every way; to the point that without music she feels lost and empty.

    Teri best relates to feelings and emotions through music and she expresses herself eloquently through this medium by writing and singing how she is feeling inside. "Music opens my mind and soul to loving and accepting beyond my understanding" she enthuses, "I find sounds and melodies both intoxicating and overwhelming. It takes me on a journey that nothing in this world can or could even begin to describe..." Teri is clearly at her best with music reflecting every mood she could possibly experience or dream of.  She sums this up quite aptly:  "Music is the one thing in this world that has the ability to capture the full and true essence of my being inside out. Music takes my breath away without trying, caring or noticing that it has done so."

    Teri considers music to be her Kryptonite. She says that it is the only thing on earth that can hurt her with its smooth sensuality and its impeccable flawlessness.  It taps into her sensitivity with no sympathy for her vulnerabilities and she invariably succumbs to its energy with her nerve endings on fire hungry for the next sojourn, until she sings another line, hums another melody or composes another song.  

    Teri is not new to the music industry; she has worked with Producers such as: Computer Paul, Robert Livingston, Rowen Johnson, Clive Hunt and features on a compilation project which includes the legendary Sly & Robbie.  She has seven singles currently released on iTunes: Whispery Conversation’, ‘My Every Thing’, ‘Beautiful Hurts’, ‘Not Just Another Girl’, ‘Sweet Baby’, ‘Put It On Me’ (ft Lego Banton) and ‘I’m Free’. All were released on the Love Injection label.

    In 2014 Teri was introduced to Mightyful13 Records Producer Fitzroy Francis via D Boss Global Agency. She has recently entered into a recording agreement with the label to release her first single for 2014, a rendition of the late great Sam Cooke’s “Bring it On Home to Me”.  This will be released worldwide by VPAL on the 27th May, and is already attracting significant pre-release air-play in Jamaica, the USA, Canada and the UK.

    For further information, or to book Teri, please contact her Management Team on 416-998-7850 or via email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Please Take A Listen To Some Of Teri's Songs

  • The Cables


                                                                    THE LEGENDARY CABLES 

    The Cables are a Jamaican rocksteady/reggae vocal trio led by Keble Drummond, who recorded for Studio One in the late 1960s.
    The group was led by Keble Drummond (sometimes spelled Keeble), whose first name led to the name of the group. Drummond explained "Now, I look at something with a cable and wires, and I say, well, 'Cables' would be a good name because you could send a message across the world, and that's how I came up with the name". He was backed by harmony singers Elbert Stewart (baritone) and Vince Stoddart (tenor) Drummond was taught the basics of guitar by Peter Austim of The Clarendonians and write his first songs after attending a songwriting course. Drummond had previously been a member of The Sylastians, along with Barry Llewellyn and Earl Morgan of The Heptones, and Clive Campbell of The Aces, and the Cables were first formed in 1962. After recording a single for Sonia Pottinger around 1966, they recorded a string of singles for Studio One, and these were later collected on the album What Kind of World in 1970. "What Kind of World" has been described as "a classic...a low-key showcase for some of the most under-rated vocals of the age". Studio One boss Clement "Coxsone" Dodd built up demand for the "Baby Why" single by limiting it to sound system plays for four months before releasing it.



         "Happy Time" (1969) Harry J (credited to Herbie Carter)

        "How Can I Trust You" (1970) Studio One/Bamboo
        "Didn't I" (1970) Harry J
        "Feel All Right" (1970) Harry J
        "Salt of the Earth" (1970) Harry J
        "Come On" (1970) Jackpot
        "A Sometime Girl" (1971) Big Shot/Electro
        "Mixing" (1971) Electro 
        "Be Wise" (1971) Panther
        "Everybody's Got a Song to Sing" (1976) Trojan/Horse
        "Jamaica" Afrik (1977)
        "I've Got to Go Back Home" Harry J
        "Baby I Love You" (197?) World Wide/Money Disc
        "Fast Mouth" Gaydisc
        "How Do You Think I Feel?" Gaydisc
        "Rich Man Poor Man" Dynamic
        "Too Much Talking" Bright Star




  • The Tamlins

    THE TAMLINS, consisting of Carlton Smith, Derrick Lara and Junior Moore, started out as a nightclub act in 1970 and by 1972 had won the “Most Outstanding Group” award in Jamaica. This quickly opened other doors and shortly thereafter, they signed a recording contract with one of Jamaica’s then top studios, Dynamic Sounds. Out of this came “Thick And Thin,” a ballad that made a good impression locally and drew interest from foreign labels such as Atlantic and Polydor.

    THE TAMLINS developed prominence in 1974 with “Eighteen With A Bullet,” and this paved the way for their first album titled “Black Beauty,” which was released by Dynamic Sounds and State Recording in England.

    THE TAMLINS went on to record for the famous Channel One which resulted in a chain of hits -– “Hard To Confess,” “That’s Life,” “Thinking” and “Sweat For You Baby,” and also the group’s second album, “Tamlins Greatest Hits.” In 1979, they released “Ting-A-Ling” on the Hawkeye Label in London. “Ting-ALing” became a No. 1 hit on the Black Echoes Chart and also made it to the Top 10 of several other chart.

    Inevitably, numerous local artists were clamoring for the sweet harmony of THE TAMLINS as backing vocals. Willingly, they threw their musical weight behind performances of artists like Delroy Wilson, Pat Kelly, John Holt, Jimmy Cliff and Peter Tosh. They later toured the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Holland, South America and the Eastern Caribbean Islands with Peter Tosh.Out of the Tosh relationship developed a rapport with the famed ‘rhythm twins’, Sly and Robbie, of Taxi Productions.

    THE TAMLINS’ first single on the Taxi Label was “Star,” to be followed by “Laying Beside You Baby” and then the remake of Nina Simone’s “Baltimore,” which was also released internationally by EMI. “Baltimore” held the No. 1 spot for twelve weeks and, indisputably, it was judged the “Number One Record of the Year” in Jamaica on JBC’s “Top 100” for 1980. The group also won the “Best Group Award” from JBC, Radio Jamaica and the Daily News that same year…..
    In 1986, THE TAMLINS performed on “Dancehall ‘86” at Cinema One with Half Pint, Josey Wales and Culture, among others. They not only got a standing ovation, but this was judged the “Best Performance of 1986” at the annual Rockers Awards Show. They also “tore the house down” at Sunsplash ’86 and the Taxi Connection Shows that same year.

    Nineteen eighty-seven saw THE TAMLINS featured on the Freddie Jackson show at the Oceana Hotel, where they proved themselves in such stellar company, receiving thunderous applause and accolades.

    That year THE TAMLINS were nominated in several categories of media awards and won the award for “Best Performers.” In 1988 THE TAMLINS released their album, “I’ll Be Waiting” on the Live & Learn Label and a second album, “Love Divine” for SKD of Miami. A return engagement with Freddie Jackson was scheduled in 1989– this time at the Wyndham Hotel, and once again, fans felt they stole the show. During that year they also participated in shows for the Hugo Hurricane Fund and the United Nation’s Benefit Show. The self-produced single, “Hurt So Good,” was also released that year, to
    critical acclaim.

    Tours of Japan in 1987, performances at Madison Square Garden and in Washington, D.C. and the Detroit, Michigan award for “Top Jamaican Group” are some of the highlights and best held memories of this talented trio.

    The nineties found THE TAMLINS celebrating two decades of success in the music industry, with gems still popping up on the charts. They also had a successful tour of Japan with artists such as the I-Threes, Admiral Bailey and Tiger. One of the high points of THE TAMLINS’ career was performing in an episode of “Miami Vice,” a popular television show during that decade. They wrote and performed several songs for an episode of the show entitled, “Soul On Ice.” They were the first Jamaican musical group to have been featured on a top-rated television series. Performing on stage shows in Jamaica such as the very popular "Rebel Salute" and numerous vintage shows The Tamlins continue to stay in the spotlight and show their longevity. More importantly though, they continue to put out solid reggae music decade after decade.

    "Give Love" the single from their new album crossroads", is now available online.




  • Tony Anthony

    TONY ANTHONY lyrics and his music demonstrate the deepness of his consciousness, and exemplify the vast profundity of his creativity. His musical emergence has revealed a man empowered about life, himself, and his own destiny. This discloses that Tony Anthony is ready to expose his lyrical and vocal brilliance to the world, and has accepted his role to enlighten, and bring awareness to people through his words, and his music.

    Mark Bennett, aka “Tony Anthony” was born on Oct 29th in St Catherine, Jamaica. He started pursuing singing at the age of 14, when a chance encounter with Glen Washington at a high school concert became the catalyst for his entry into music. Washington complemented him on his unique voice and encouraged him to pursue music as a career.

    For many years Tony performed and honed his musical skills in Jamaica alongside reggae greats such as Cocoa Tea, Crucial Vibes,Glen Washington, Junior Reid, Delroy Wilson and Sugar Minott. He migrated to Canada in the early nineties where he continued is musical journey and flexed his songwriting flair, lent his lyrical and vocal magic to soul group After Dark, whose first single “Took me for Granted” became a hit in the Canadian and European dance scene.

    Tony Anthony’s songwriting skills further came to the forefront when he penned all the original tracks on the Tatix CD, "Time Bomb" which won a Canadian reggae music award for best album and garnered a Juno nomination for “Best Reggae Recording”.

    In 2007 Tony Anthony’s songs “Mark and the Beast” and “Yuh Nuh Simple” won him world acclaim as both songs were heavily rotated and charted on reggae radio worldwide.
    “Yuh Nuh Simple” took him further in the world music spectrum when U.N.I.C.E.F Canada used it to help spread the message of education importance to children and youths.

    Tony Anthony independently released his first solo album “Million Chance” in 2010. The album and 3 singles from the cd “Torn”, “Bad News” and “Love you so much” all won him world acclaim and has topped reggae charts in Canada, Jamaica, Italy, Kenya, Gambia, Holland, New York, Florida, and The U.S Virgin Islands.The album debut on the Italian reggae album chart on February 15th 2011 and stayed for one year.
    His album was nominated in the “Best Reggae Recording” category in the 2011 JUNO Awards and also got a nomination in the “Break through artist of the year” category at the 2011 EME Awards in Jamaica.

    At the 2011 Canadian Reggae Music Achievement Awards Tony Anthony won the awards for “Best male vocalist”, “Best songwriter” and “Best Reggae Album”.

    In summer of 2011 he collaberated with German roots reggae clothing company Jah Army Highwear and English Producer Kris kemist to produce the hit single “Living Up” which topped the reggae singles chart in Italy and New York. Tony Anthony is presently working on his next album with top reggae producer Kemar “Flava” Mcgregor, who produced and released his latest EP “Blessed Love” which includes chart topping singles “Living in Glory”, “Settle Down” and “Ecstacy”. In 2012 Tony Anthony continued to bring his music to the world touring the U.S.A, Europe, Canada, The Caribbean, and South America to rave reviews.

    Tony Anthony’s music has revealed the essence of his lyrical and vocal potency. It definitely has demonstrated his ability to merge into music effortlessly and express an evocative style that will certainly establish him as an unforgettable luminary in music.

  • Tony D Clutcheye

    Jamaican Reggae Singer Dennis Lawrence aka Tony D is on the rise and Promoters better take notice. TonyD Clutcheye is a phenomenal singer with a strong melodious voice. He is a Singer/ Songwriter/ DJ/Sing Jay, who hails from Parish of St, Catherine. As a Teenager TonyD started out as a DJ on hometown sounds like King Sonic, he knew he had a passion for music but was not which direction he wanted to go, whether a singer or a DJ.

    TonyD said back in the early 90’s he heard Singer Wayne Wonder on the airwaves singing and decided he wanted to be a singer. TonyD’s main singing idol was the Late Garnet Silk. He said that after Garnet Silk died in 1994, he decided to take his art more seriously and he started writing and singing his own songs.
    TonyD has shared the stage with Reggae Greats such as Freddy McGregor, Beres Hammond, Wayne Wonder, Benie Man, Buju Banton and many more.

    TonyD sings Lovers Rock and Culture music. He currently has several singles out which are playing in the airwave in Jamaica, Europe, USA, Canada and Africa. Songs such as “MY EBONEY,” FOR THE FIRST TIME, PRECIOUS, PRECIOUS, ONE LOOK AT YOU, COVER ME, SHE TREATS ME LIKE A KING and YOU ARE THE REASON have made him a household name in throughout Europe.

    TonyD is currently in the Studio working on some new songs with French recording company “IRIE-ITES” as well as Italian recording company “FILOMUZIK”. IRIE-ITES is set to release one of songs called “BADMIND”. Filomuzik has recently released “SURVIOR” which currently getting plays on the air waves in Italy and France.

    He recently released his single called “EVERYTHING ABOUT JAH.” This song was written by TonyD and produced Black Beard from Tip records out of Jamaica. The song has been getting continuous rotation on Irie-Fm and other radio stations throughout Jamaica.

    TonyD Clutcheye currently travels between the USA and Jamaica frequently. Whenever he is the USA you can find him in the Tri-State area (NY, CT & NJ) he sometimes performs with Reggae Superstar Mystic Bowie formerly of the Tom-Tom Club. His songs can be found on iTunes, Amazon.com and CD baby. Please check him out on you tube at
    TonyD videos or http://www.youtube.com/user/tonydMuzik/videos?view=0

    You can also listen to his smooth voice at http://soundcloud.com/drea12-1

    For bookings, please contact his manager Andrea Rhule at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For more information on TonyD, please check out his website www.clutcheyemuzik.com. You can also link him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TonyDclutheye

  • Toya Wilson

    Latoya Wilson, singer/songwriter aka 'Taya Wilson', was born in Jamaica and grew up in the USA. She is the daughter of one of Jamaica's legendary singer/songwriter Ernest Wilson who formed The Caledonians in 1963 with Peter Austin and Freddie McGregor. The Caledonians is one of the most popular groups of the Ska and Rock Steady era, which has produced several Jamaican and worldwide hits.

    Taya Wilson is a gifted beautiful young aspirating female artist who stand everyday by this quote, 'Shoot for the Moon and if you miss at least you will still be amongst the Stars'.

    Taya's new song 'Hold On', her debut single which will be release in collaboration with Mightyful13 Records's 'Producer of the Year' Fitzroy Francis in the coming musical year 2015. Taya will be heading to the land of her birth, Jamaica on a promotional venture were she will be voicing a few singles while working with other established artists.

    She is a magnificent artist on the rise of the horizon and the world will be hearing and seeing her soon.



  • Trevor Castell

    Trevor Castell was born and raised on the roughest streets of one of the most notorious ghettos in Jamaica, Kingston 11 aka Waterhouse/Firehouse,on Oct. 31,1961.

    He is the younger brother of the late Youthman artist Lacksley Castell, who cut albums of distinction such as Morning Glory, Princess Lady and Jah Fire.

    In 1978 Trevor wrote the song "Children of the Israelites" aka "Jah Children" for Lacksley's debut recording for Augusta Pablo, which was recorded on the Hungry Town Label. During that time Trevor and his family lived literally next door to Don Carlos and the legendary King Tubby Studios on Drumalie Ave. So growing up he’d always been exposed to the whole culture of Jamaican music and its evolution to reggae, Trevor was inspired by such artists as his brother Lacksley, Yabby U (Vivian Jackson), Prince Allah, Jackie Edwards, Don Carlos, Cornell Campbell and Delroy Wilson. When the Castell family moved to Duhaney Park, King Tubby purchased the Castell residence for his mother to live in.

    At the young age of 14, Trevor was already hanging out in the rough streets of the ghetto. In the streets people knew him as "Stella" a nickname that is a derivative of his last name. Though considered the "thug" of the family his true desire and ambition was to be a singer. He would go to rehearsals with Don Carlos where the Wailing Souls would practice. Don Carlos and Garth Dennis are the ones credited with giving guidance and inspiration towards the growth of both Trevor and Lacksley as Reggae musicians. Don Carlos more so, because it was he who kept Trevor motivated until Don himself got his big break. Trevor also credits his mother and father, Theresa and Winston Castell, who always provided encouragement, faith and the "never give up your dreams" inspiration.

    Trevor got his first break when best friend, David "Sugar" Lee son of legendary producer Bunny "Striker" Lee, convinced his father to give Trevor a chance to record his own music. In 1983 Trevor broke out with his debut single "Cool and Deadly", recorded on the Gorgon JA and Shuttle UK labels. That same year he recorded "Dance Up A New Kingston" which happened to be the quickest song he ever wrote. The song was inspired by the clash between Jamaican radio disc jockey Barry G and English radio disc jockey David Rodigan. He also did a tune on a 12" called "Well Fare" on the Mustak label distributed by Dynamic Sounds as well as an album for KIBWE Music in Washington DC, manufactured by RAS records called "Sugar Minott - Trevor Castell in Reggae International, which was a compilation of artists that was produces by Ras Jesse and mixed by renowned studio engineer Scientist (once protégé of the legendary “Dubmaster” himself King Tubby). Trevor did 2 tracks on the album entitled "Gypsy Woman" and "Mr. Carpenter" a song that was co - written by little brother Clifton "Bud" Castell. Other tracks on the KIBWE label still yet to be released are "Joker Lover", "Stranger", "Dance the Reggae", "Oppression" and "Ram Dance Master".

    From the late 80's to the present we didn’t hear much from Trevor, due greatly to the passing of his brother Lacksley. Since their bond was so close things were not the same for him anymore, and the "vibe" for the music was no longer there, even though he was in a good musical fraternity like the Bunny Lee Camp to make him excel as singer in the business.

    Today Trevor says he's ready to get "back to basics" and be brave once more. The courage and inspiration to hold the mic again are what his brother, his family and most importantly Trevor are all about, Trevor now resides in Miami with a family of his own and is ready to embark on his career as a Reggae artist, on a mission as a bona- fide legend.

    Trevor Castell is once again ready to make the music of today and tomorrow.
    (J. “Pisces” Langit/ Graphic Artist and friend