b. Kingston, Jamaica, Western Indies. In his youngsters Screecha Good emigrated to Toronto, Canada where he finished his education and performed on regional audio systems. He strolled using a pronounced limp, due to a bullet getting lodged in his hip, but changed his infliction to his benefit and his design of strolling became referred to as the ‘walk and skank’. Together with his ‘ dancehall twang’ lyricism, Jamaican performers begun to emulate Screecha’s design. The discharge of ‘Scorching Bubble Gum’ by Rank Toyan is most likely the initial Screecha-styled lyric, although Charlie Chaplin’s ‘Four Steering wheel Wheelie’, premiered around once. In 1983, Glucose Minott, and afterwards Tonto Irie, recognized Screecha’s impact on record. Although certified as being important, Screecha’s own documented output have been limited to special deals but by 1984 he previously begun documenting in earnest. He came back to Jamaica where he remained with Ruler Jammy at his home in Elma Crescent. Screecha Fine was also asked to execute alongside Glucose Minott’s Youngsters Promotion staff where he documented ‘Get Level’ in the design of Samuel ‘Jackie Knockshot’ Hamilton. While with Youngsters Advertising he performed alongside performers including, Yammie Bolo, Tenor Noticed, Colourman and DJ veteran Jah Stitch in his guise as Main Stitch. Ruler Jammy also highlighted Screecha Fine on his second Sleng Teng Extravaganza discharge and certified ‘Ghost Rider’ to Greensleeves Information in the united kingdom. By 1985 Screecha Good had came back to Toronto where he presented on Canadian radio in the Reggae Display and pursued a low-key documenting career. Shows of his come back consist of ‘Big Soup A Chat’ and ‘Back again And Stomach’.