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Born in Jamaica in 1957, he began his career in 1976 as a deejay with the Socialist Roots sound system . [1] [2] He moved to Prince Jammy 's sound system in 1978 and towards the end of the decade also made his first studio recordings. [1] His style was compared to Prince Far I and Prince Jazzbo . [3] [4] He had a big hit with "Boneman Connection" in 1981, and remained popular throughout the first half of the 1980s, becoming regarded as a dancehall veteran. [2] [5] His influence was clear on younger deejays such as John Taylor, aka Nicodemus Junior, who later had greater success after changing his stage name to Chaka Demus . [1] After a lean period between the mid 1980s and the early 1990s, when his releases were less frequent, he re-emerged in 1994 with the album The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, and the Crazy , which was followed by Cabbin Stabbin in 1995. In 1996, he died from complications related to diabetes , aged 39, with a posthumous album, Dancehall Greats , issued two years later. [1]


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