Jamaican dancehall rapper who rose to fame with chart-topping singles such as "Champion Boy," "Things Take Time," "How It Feel," and "Fleek."
He began his dancehall career as a teen and landed his big break with his hits "123" and "Things Mi Love" in 2013.
He got his eyes tattooed black at the age of 22 to help him stand out from other musicians.
His real name is Earland Bartley, but is better known by his stage name Alkaline. He was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica.
He was influenced to tattoo his eyes black by DJ Tommy Lee Sparta.