Fat Eyes isn’t only the name of an extremely effective Jamaican dancehall reggae label, but also the name of the production group that is the owner of it, Colin “Bulby” Youkat and Lynford “Fatta” Marshall. Both Youkat and Marshall got knowledge in the engineer’s seat in the early-’90s, dealing with performers like Sly & Robbie, Dark Uhuru, Beenie Guy, and Lifestyle. Toward the finish from the ’90s, Beres Hammond began using them nearly exclusively, plus some well-known riddims (Renegade, Candle Polish, and Living Colors) began to emerge through the group and their label. Their riddims had been highly creative, occasionally taking a vintage monitor with the Melodians and upgrading it, sometimes going for a little bit of Beethoven and blending it using a D’Angelo piano range. By 2002 both were concentrating on production, so when their focus on Sean Paul’s monitor “Punkie” helped sell 1.5 million copies of Dutty Rock and roll, these were a hot property. Heartbeat information picked up onto it and shaped an alliance using the group. 2003 noticed Heartbeat release Fats Eye Presents a Dancehall Twofer: Fats Eye Deelite and Dancehall Strike, a assortment of two old Fat Eye compilations, and a couple of totally new paths, Dancehall Deelite.