b. Rohan Wilson, 1981, Linstead, St. Catherine, Jamaica, Western Indies. In 1991, Wilson shifted to NY, USA to become with his family members where he continuing to harbour dreams toward a musical profession. By his twelfth birthday he started performing music and composing poetry, which normally advanced into songwriting. In 1995, Rally Bopp performed at Western world Indian clubs around Queens, NY, where he uncovered his calling being a DJ. By 1997, having set up his name within the dancehall, he embarked on documenting sessions with a number of companies. His debut discharge was the demonstrative ‘She’s AS AN Angel’, accompanied by the persuasive ‘Appreciate Me’. Even though songs weren’t particularly well-known Mo Music manufacturer Flabba Malcolm was suitably impressed. The new-found relationship led to three best US strikes including, ‘Bashy Bashy’, ‘Gwaan Michelle’ as well as the favoured ‘W-ich Gyall’. In 1998, Rally Bopp had taken a sabbatical in the music business as he sensed his success demonstrated harmful to his dreams. Having spent more than a year from the business enterprise he felt prepared to come back by the wintertime of 1999 when he connected up with Lenky and documented ‘Who She’. The music demonstrated a radio strike on specialist displays both in the home and overseas. His achievement with Lenky resulted in a combination strike with Lexxus who, when he performed as Mr. Lex, documented ‘John Up’ and ‘The Marathon’ for the ‘Bionic’ tempo. Rally Bopp also obtained respect pursuing favourable reviews of the notable stage efficiency alongside Elephant Guy. His popularity led to him getting into sessions to get a debut recording in 2001 on the effectiveness of his earlier strikes. Sadly his search for popularity was injudiciously undermined following discharge of ‘Bun Batty Bwoy’, failing woefully to emulate the furore of the first 90s, related to artists such as for example Buju Banton and Shabba Rates.