Jamaican producer who found popularity through his collaborations with artists like Adi Bity and Benny Page. In 2010, he stepped behind the microphone for the first time and recorded the party anthem "My Cupp."
He grew up in the Jamaican parish of Clarendon, where he attended Clarendon College.
He was mentored and offered a recording deal by legendary dancehall producer and manager Robert Livingston.
His real name is Richie Webb.
He collaborated with reggae artist Busy Signal on the 2010 track "Party Like It's Your Birthday."