Vincentian soca artist who recorded the worldwide hit 'Turn Me On' in 2004 with the dancehall artist Spragga Benz. The song peaked at the number 4 spot on the United States' singles chart.
He worked day jobs including customs officer and radio disc jockey.
He performed at the Cricket World Cup opening ceremony in Greenfield Stadium.
He and his wife Dr. Jacqueline James settled in Miami, Florida.
He released a duet version of "Turn Me On" with Alison Hinds in 2008.