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Lieutenant Stitchie

Reggae designer Lieutenant Stitchie was created Cleveland Laing in Spanish City, Jamaica. Originally a college instructor in his hometown, Laing assumed the “Stitchie” moniker when he became a member of forces with Ruler Jammy in 1986 for “Put on Your Size.” He implemented it up a season later along with his single full-length debut, Ambition, before putting your signature on a U.S. cope with Atlantic in the first ’90s (leading to such major-label produces as 1990’s Outrageous Jamaican Romances and 1993’s Rude Youngster). Stitchie was after that hired to accomplish some vocals for various other performers, including Bobby Digital, Barry O’Hare, and John John, before he discovered religion and started issuing gospel-reggae albums, including such game titles as 2000’s True Power. The record became the most effective of his profession, making the feeling in the U.S. gospel/metropolitan charts and striking number three in the albums graph in Colombia.

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