b. Noel Philips, c.1962, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Philips started his profession in 1981 with Ruler Jammy when he documented ‘Youthman’ and an obscure record under his very own name. He made a decision to begin afresh with Michael ‘Myrie’ Taylor and Marshall who acquired create the Sunset label. Due to confusion on the Harry J. label of the same name, the duo discontinued Sunset and resurfaced using the Reggae Sting logo design. The consequence of Philips’ association using the group was ‘Ten Mls’, documenting as Echo Minott. He performed within the ‘sing-jay’ design that was hugely popular in the first 80s. In 1982 he documented ‘Emilio Bimbo’ with Prince Hammer, who had taken control of Minott’s profession by himself Berris label. Minott’s reputation grew when he performed ‘What The Hell THE AUTHORITIES Can Perform’, a mention of the security pushes’ reluctance to be involved in local disputes. With manufacturer Jack port Scorpio he documented ‘Lazy Body’, an early on product from the digital age group, as the tempo was followed with a drum machine, regarded sacrilegious with the purists. The consequence of the melody’s reputation was the discharge of two one-rhythm albums, Lively Body and Lively Move. On the 10th Reggae Sunsplash in Jamaica, Minott practically stole the present on the dancehall evening when he performed alongside Peter Metro, Crimson Dragon, Leroy Wise, Lovindeer and General Trees and shrubs. Minott continuing to record abnormal hits to the 90s, including ‘Wherever You Move’, ‘Great And Deadly’, ‘Jealousy Fe Done’, ‘When My LITTTLE LADY Is normally Smiling’ and ‘New Aspect’. In 1993 he appreciated a dancehall achievement with ‘Murder Tool’, that used very similar vocal phrasing to Burning up Spear and resulted in several dance remixes. In 1995 Minott acquired a minor strike with ‘Gal Of My Appearance’, which reaffirmed his long lasting talent.