William “Bunny Mats” Clarke is most beneficial remembered because the business lead vocalist/guitarist along with a songwriter for UNDER-DEVELOPED within the mid-’70s. Nevertheless, from the past due ’80s, he also produced a bid for the single career privately. Elevated in East Kingston, Clarke’s first musical affects included Nat Ruler Cole and Aretha Franklin. He discovered to sing in cathedral. At age group 15, Clarke recognized an invitation to audition on the Kittymat Membership and joined up with Charlie Hackett & the Souvenirs. At exactly the same time he went to the Jamaica College of Arts and Crafts until 1968, when he transferred to NY and became a member of Hugh Hendricks & the Buccaneers, a favorite party music group in Brooklyn. Clarke founded his very own band, the Crazy Number, in 1971. 2 yrs later he returned to Jamaica to displace Jacob Miller because the business lead singer with Internal Group. There he used musicians who afterwards branch off to be UNDER-DEVELOPED, including founding member Ibo Cooper. But while Cooper among others produced that group, Clarke came back to the Areas in the expectations of experiencing a songwriting profession with Atlantic Information. Third World reached NY in the past due ’70s and asked Clarke to be the new vocalist instead of Milton “Prilly” Hamilton. Clarke added many tracks to Third World’s traditional second recording, 96 Degrees within the Shade. In the future, Clarke became an integral shape in creating Third World’s picture among the most versatile, daring reggae bands on the planet. He along with other group people started branching out and documenting, producing, and composing for additional Jamaican performers in the past due ’80s. Clarke and fellow UNDER-DEVELOPED mate Kitty Coore both sang on Philip “Fatis” Burrell’s Xterminator label with such performers as Capleton, Beres Hammond, and Marcia Griffiths. Like a single musician, Clarke also released a small number of albums including Speaking with You (1995), Spirit to Spirit (2003), Just what a Globe with Sean Paul (2006), and I’m Sure (2006). In 2012, Clarke released his 6th studio album, Period. That same calendar year, he also received a Caribbean American Heritage Award for Outstanding Contribution to Reggae. Although he continuing to execute, in 2013 Clarke uncovered that he previously been identified as having leukemia; he passed away on Feb 2, 2014 at age 65.