b. c.1970, St. Catherine, Jamaica, Western Indies. An designer who un-self-consciously mixes hip-hop and reggae, Crimson Fox was in comparison to Yellowman when he made an appearance at audio systems in his indigenous country, due to his light tone. However, it had been not really until he shifted to NY, USA (still in the sensitive age group of 16) that his musical profession found its ft. Following stage displays alongside dancehall celebrities such as for example Shabba Rates and Buju Banton, he installed with maker Peter McKenzie to record ‘Arrive Boogie Down’ on FM Information. It quickly became a cult item both in his used house of Brooklyn and back Jamaica. In 1992 he teamed with Brand Nubian to duet over the unforgettable ‘Black Superstar Liners’ trim. That outfit came back the go with to Crimson Fox on ‘Hey Mr. Rude Boy’, from his debut record, AS BEING A Matter Of Fox. It had been preceded with the roughneck ‘Dem A Murderer’ one, which, just like the record, entwined dancehall and rap right into a presentable cocktail. Further singles ‘Blessed Again Black Guy’, a directly reggae melody, and ‘Ghetto Gospel’, sandwiched an appearance at Jamaica’s annual Sting celebration.