Born Ewart Everton Brown and better known as Mad Cobra, this reggae and dancehall vocalist is famous for a number of Jamaican hits, including "Gundelero," "Yush," and "Na Go Work." His numerous albums include Milkman, Mister Pleasure, and Venom.
He released his debut single, "Respect Woman," in 1989, and his first album, Bad Boy Talk, in 1991.
After signing with Columbia Records, he released a U.S. Billboard Hot 100 hit titled "Flex."
He spent his youth in Kingston and St. Mary, Jamaica. In 2010, he survived several gunshot wounds.
Mad Cobra and fellow reggae artist Beres Hammond collaborated on the hit song "Feeling Lonely."