Earl sixteen - jah messingers (sip a cup showcase vol. 5)


In 1985, after spending time in the United States , he relocated to England , fathering a child. His child's mother knew Mad Professor , who Daley began working with. He also worked with other British producers such as Stafford Douglas. [2] [4] One of his tracks from this era was a cover version of "Holding Back The Years", which had been a big hit for Simply Red . Returning to Jamaica, he worked briefly with King Jammy . In the 1990s he made guest appearances on tracks by Leftfield , and he has been one of the two vocalists for the UK electronica/reggae band Dreadzone since 1995. [1] He signed to WEA for his major label debut album, 1997's Steppin' Out , which was nominated for a MOBO award. Earl has continued touring and working with Dreadzone band, as well as joining Leftfield on tours.


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