b. Caroline Williams, c.1960, Large Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Britain. Williams started her musical profession using the UK-based reggae music group, Nightdoctor. The music group performed classic Studio room One strikes and featured a complete horn section, that included Vin Gordon and jazz trombonist Annie Whitehead. Williams continued to be with the music group until 1982 when she was asked to become listed on Matumbi within their swan melody, the Solid Groove Reggae Shuttle Western european tour. The excursion highlighted the music group alongside Jamaican veterans, Potential Romeo and Horace Andy. Following triumphant tour, impressed by Williams adept musicianship, Andy asked her to become listed on him on documenting periods. The partnership with Andy flourished both individually and on a musical level. Their personal romantic relationship produced two guys and, skillfully, Williams performed and featured on her behalf partner’s groundbreaking Elementary. Also mixed up in periods was Blacker Dread, from the Coxsone AUDIO SYSTEM, who bestowed Williams using the Tempo Queen appellation. The record confirmed the burgeoning digital design, then referred to as electro reggae, that was fulfilled with acceptance in 1985. In the next year Williams became a member of forces using the pioneering all-female music group Akabu, documenting Akabu and Warrior Queen with Adrian Sherwood. Furthermore to her Akabu commitments Williams also performed on several periods for Bunny Lee, Mad Teacher and Tapper Zukie. In 1990, she came back to the studio room with her partner alongside Cameron McVey who included the duo with Massive Strike. The periods were made by McVey and released the professions of, Nellee Hooper, Tricky and Shara Nelson. Williams co-wrote the monitor, ‘One Like’, that highlighted on the music group’s broadly acclaimed 1992 discharge, Blue Lines. In 1991, before the Substantial Attack discharge, she also highlighted on Horace Andy Sings Bob Marley. The periods were documented in NY with Lloyd Barnes showing especially well-known when released in Japan through the Tachyon label. Williams offers endured the gender imbalance within origins music during 2 decades available. Her tenacity was indemnified in the second option half from the 90s when, with Winston ‘Saxon’ Rose, she done classes for the Tempo Queen – Display that clearly shown her versatility.