|Birth Day||March 27, 1940|
|Birth Place||Clarendon Parish, Jamaica|
|Age||80 YEARS OLD|
Reggae artist who became an icon of the genre thanks to hits like "Don't You Know," "Forward March" and "Tougher Than Tough." He is notable for such feats as becoming the first artist ever to fill the first 7 spots on the Jamaican pop chart simultaneously.
He spent the majority of his childhood in Kingston, Jamaica, where he won a talent show held at Palace Theatre as a teenager.
He has written several songs for other artists that have won the Festival Song Contest, including Devon Black's "Progress" and Stanley Beckford's "Fi Wi Island A Boom."
He is the father of singer Queen Ifrica.
He has covered the Ben E. King song "Seven Letters."