Among the initial British reggae performers to embrace dancehall, Sammy Dread (given birth to: Stewart Farquaharson) offers continued to have a hard-edged, roughhouse, method of reggae. While he have scored minor solo strikes with “Chat It Over” and “LOOKING TO Conquer Natty Dreadlocks”, and an record, Stereophonic, documented with Philip Frazer in 1980, Dread’s greatest work continues to be produced in cooperation with such reggae performers as Glucose Minnot, Black Root base and InI Oneness. The name an eye on his 1995 record, Road Stop, was included in London-born and United States-based vocalist/rapper, Shinehead. Dread became a member of with Peter Rankin and Smokey Dread, in Apr 1981, for an album-length “fight” between contending Jamaican audio system businesses, BlackStar vs. Ruler Jammys.