Tristan O'Brian Barnes more popularly known as T'NEZ was born in Truro Westmoreland on September 30, 1987. From the tender age of nine his remarkable ability to sing was discovered one evening while he was sitting on his mother's lap. He proceeded to sing a Celine Dion song and all those that were within earshot were astounded by the voice of this pre-teen and asked him to "sing di tune again." > He wrote his first song at age thirteen upon meeting friends at the Rusea's High School who shared his passion for music and performing. He subsequently did talent shows in his parish and neighbouring parishes where he received rave reviews. > Even though T'NEZ was focused on his music he never lost sight of his scholastic aspirations. He always maintained the belief that education would be his means of escaping his family's financial instability. This hunger for success and knowledge reflected greatly in his acquisition of eight (8) C.X.C. subjects and seven (7) units of Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (C.A.P.E.) Tristan O'Brian T'NEZ Barnes completed Rusea's High School's sixth form program and is now in his final year at the University of the West Indies pursuing a degree in Tourism Management. > On arriving in Kingston he was discovered by one of the Chief Executive Officers of the ticketing company Island Stubs; who had planned to officially launch his career. Mr Rohan Steele regrettably passed .. before he had a chance to see this through (R.I.P. Steele). > The music lived on thankfully and was discovered by Shotta T who asked T'NEZ to record a few tracks for Hotwire Studios. Subsequent to this T'NEZ sent a demo CD to Jordan Mcclure, one of Chimney Records' stalwart members. Fortunately, his music was felt by this producer who then became interested in T'Nez and was willing to work with him. Hereafter, T'NEZ met Jordan and begun working immediately, then the single "What's up money" was created. > This young man is well on his way to overcome adversity, his financial difficulties and simultaneously establishing himself as a part of the new wave of Dancehall Email Info:firstname.lastname@example.org
Duke Campbell, a.k.a Bobo David is a founding member of Judgement Yard who has distinguished himself over the years due to his extremely fiery delivery of purely conscious lyrics. Bobo David is a true "Fiyah Man" in every sense of the word and yet still is the most humble member of the Judgement Yard family. When not in August Town, Bobo David makes frequent sabbaticals to Bobo Hill where he maintains the cultural aspect of Rastafari livity amongst the Priests. Upon returning to Kingston to record after these sojourns to Bobo Hill, the ways of Rastafari are brought to the forefront in Bobo David's music every time.
Sehso", is a unique and signature phrase most commonly used by upcoming reggae sensation ' Khago’that definitely sets him apart creating a style of his own. Born Ricardo Gayle, ‘Chicago' also popularly known as 'Cago or Khago' is no stranger to the local music scene. In 2006 he placed third in the Jamaica Cultural Development Commissions' annual Popular Song Contest with his entry "only if you know" with which he also won best video. He re-entered the contest in 2007 with a song entitled 'Been There'; the song is a very mellow lovers rock which expresses his emotions of gratitude and abundant love for a significant other who has stayed by his side through difficulties and while facing severe adversity. The song received very favorable rotation on radio stations in Jamaica and the video has also been received a lot of attention. He has consistently been one of the crowd favorites at all the JCDC road shows and is greatly admired by the young people (especially the ladies) for all his performances he has delivered during the school tours organized by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission. At the end of the competition he placed 2nd in the contest with the single "been there”, produced by himself and Dillon Reid, but has not considered it as a loss but as a growing process. He has since then been focusing on taking his career to the next step as a professional recording artist bent on delivering uplifting and entertaining music to the world. He has also worked with popular producers such as Marlon Young, Sly and Robbie, and has done combinations with well known artist Paul Elliot and his new single "lonely” with cousin Little Hero. His song "caan cool , caan quench" on the one drop riddim is also another viewers favorite receiving heavy rotation on Jamaica's fame fm hosted by Marlon Young.Khago says his interest and love stemmed since the age of 16 and the passion deepens more and more, and he cites Mr.Vegas,and Spragga Benz as one of his biggest influences in the music industry admires Vegas' sing jay style.Khago aspires to be a successful singer, and is definitely ready to infiltrate to not only Jamaica but to the rest of the world! Look out for Khago’s new singles “Get Wise, “Gun Sound”, “Dear Mama”, and “Smile” whoever you may be there is always a song that you can gravitate towards and relate to. Check out Khago’s music, see pictures or simply read more about Khago at http://www.myspace.com/khagomusic,www.myspace.com/originalsesyokhago http://www.betarecords.com/chicago http://khagosehso.hi5.com http://www.jcdc.org.jm/PopularSong/pop_biographies_2007.htmpop2 contact Khago:email@example.com /or message via myspace.