b. Christopher George Palmer, 1970, Kingston, Jamaica, Western Indies. Palmer was informed in Trenchtown alongside Small Kirk. Both Kirk and Palmer had been inspired from the dancehall and nurtured their particular careers performing around the audio systems. Originally carrying out as Spragga Lexxus, Palmer shortened his name in order to avoid misunderstandings with Spragga Benz. Lexxus 1st made an appearance alongside fellow neophytes Steve Harper and Anthony Green in 1995 using the release from the unsuccessful ‘Glowing Celebrity’. In 1998, Lexxus released ‘Dancehall Style’ that signalled his introduction and his profile as a high rating ragga DJ was strongly founded. He embarked on classes at Ruler Jammy’s studio room where he documented, ‘Obtain Wid It’, that gradually climbed the Celebrity Best 40 in Jamaica. His global variation was recognized when Ward 21 released their world-wide reggae #1 1 solitary, ‘Judgement Day time’, that presented Lexxus carrying out, ‘Divine Reasoning’ around the b-side. The track was performed more than a common computer rhythm and its own success resulted in a further mixture, ‘Skettel Night time’. His superstar status was guaranteed using the follow-up ‘Band Mi Cellie’. The track was an amusing recitation associated with the recognition of cellular telephones echoing Bounty Killer’s ‘Cellular Telephone’. Other significant produces included the dancehall favourites, ‘Who’ and ‘Pressure Dem’. His raising popularity resulted in a mixture with Captain Barkey and Morgan Heritage, ‘We Are Di Flavour’, as well as the advisory ‘Personal A House’ and ‘Cutie’ in conjunction with Thriller U. By the finish from the 90s Lexxus experienced built a significant following having a continuous run of strikes including, ‘Jigga’, ‘Rather Than’, ‘Right Up’, ‘Holla Holla’ and ‘Wuk Best Away’. In 1999, he became a member of causes with Elephant Guy and Kip Wealthy to create the Bling Bling Team.