The gruff voice of dancehall’s Mr. G may appear familiar. Before getting Mr. G, Kingston’s Chad Simpson was referred to as Goofy and documented buoyant, humorous strikes like “Fudgie,” “Whining Machine,” “Clean Yuh Tooth,” and “Big Guy, Little Youngsters.” Simpson began DJ-ing block celebrations at age 12, collected an enormous amount of vinyl fabric in his teenagers, and proved helpful for the party arranging company Jampop Ltd. before getting into the studio room in 1990. While suffering from a string of Jamaican strikes under his Goofy moniker, the toaster was learning all he could about the studio room. “Fudgie” topped the graphs in 1996 and opened up the doorways to new possibilities. Performers like Luciano, Bounty Killer, and Beenie Guy were now getting close to Simpson for creation function and in 1999 he began his very own label, Young Bloodstream. I Don’t Provide Damn!! premiered the same calendar year beneath the Goofy name, but Simpson wasn’t thinking about getting totally lighthearted. Changing his name to Mr. G, Simpson continuing his production function for others while documenting his personal demos. S-Curve loved what they noticed and released Mr. G’s debut, Problems, in 2004.