b. 23 August 1955, Portland, Jamaica, Western Indies. In 1966 Isaacs became a member of his parents in the united kingdom where he continuing his education. He in the beginning formed a music group in the middle-70s referred to as Ras Isaacs AS WELL AS THE Rasses, before the emergence from the Royal Rasses. The music group enjoyed a solid local pursuing in north London as well as the Midlands where they performed in the origins and culture design. The group disbanded in 1980 and Isaacs focused on the solo career, liberating ‘Special Ruler Of Like’, which presented support vocals from Trevor Walters. Isaacs’ preliminary success resulted in the 1980 launch of ‘Arrive Change Me On’, accompanied by a mixture with Eli Emmanuel, the inane ‘Tickle Me Medley’. In 1985 with additional performers he released ‘One Even more Rub A Dub’ for Three Kings. In the past due 80s Isaacs created the Reggae AT THE TOP label, dealing with the cream of UK origins performers. He continuing to record his personal songs, like the well-known 90s strikes ‘Revelation Period’ and ‘Joy’, but focused his attempts on advertising his raising roster of performers, including UK origins stalwart Pablo Gad, I Jah Man’s previous right-hand guy Steven Wright, as well as the astute Hughie Izachaar. In 1997 Isaacs released his personal ‘Birthday Track’ and embarked on the promotional tour.