b. c. 1959, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Holt started saving in the middle-70s with Prince Much I and Ja Guy. Early strikes included ‘Who Possess Eyes To Find’, ‘Gimme Gimme’ and ‘Shark Out Deh’. In 1976 he documented ‘A You Lick Me Initial’, a audio system strike that provided the building blocks towards the Jah Woosh strike ‘Lick Him WITH ALL THE Dustbin’. In the same calendar year he was enrolled within Maurice Wellington’s group the Morwells. He remained with the group until its demise in the first 80s. While using the music group he performed over the strikes ‘Kingston 12 Tuffy’ and ‘Africa YOU WANT TO Proceed’. With fellow music group member Bingi Bunny he shaped the Origins Radics, who became probably the most in-demand program music group for the isle. Holt also distributed creation credits with Gregory Isaacs for Out Deh. The music group’s efficiency with Isaacs on his UK tour resulted in their being popular to aid the isle’s best performers. In 1985 Root base Radics released ‘Earsay’, with Holt performing over the b-side a cover edition of Delroy Wilson’s ‘I’m NOT REALLY A King’.