Reggae artist and DJ who is known as the founder of G-Law Records. In 2011, he joined the reggae dancehall DJ collective, Alliance Next Generation.
He graduated from Edwin Allen High School with a Caribbean Examinations Council Distinction for Art & Craft at age 16. Following this, he moved to Kingston, Jamaica, where he began recording.
In 2009, he released the single, "Sad Streets," and its accompanying music video, earning a the spot as the #1 video on HYPE TV. In 2013, he released his second full length mixtape, The Story.
He was born in the Maxfield Park region of Kingston. He eventually moved, along with his mother and siblings, to Clarendon Parish, Jamaica, where he grew up.
He has cited Damian Marley as musical influences.