b. Dalton Lindo, 4 Apr 1966, St. Adam Parish, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Inspired with the dancehall performers Pinchers, Pliers, Spanner Banner and Tenor Noticed, Lindo used the pseudonym of Screwdriver. In the middle-80s he visited Kingston where he fulfilled Beres Hammond, who prompted his musical dreams. Screwdriver started his profession in 1986, documenting the strikes ‘We Guideline’, ‘Soundboy Killa’, ‘Family members Counsellor’ and ‘Right here I Arrive’. In 1989 he topped the Jamaican graph with ‘No Mama’, which became a significant hit through the entire Caribbean and motivated many DJs to imitate the chorus. Pursuing his achievement, Screwdriver toured America and Canada before settling in Florida, USA. Further strikes implemented, including ‘Reggae On Broadway’, ‘Learning The MEANS OF Like’, ‘Root base And Lifestyle’, ‘Teach Dem’ and ‘HIV’. By 1995, inspired with the music of his domicile, he combined R&B and hip-hop with Jamaican dancehall rhythms, a audio that he exhibited on Calling Phoning for the Miami-based Ikus label. The recording featured ‘She As well Youthful’, ‘African Female’, ‘Got TO BECOME Like’ and ‘Selassie Live’. His previously strike, ‘Teach Dem’, was presented with a hip-hop/reggae-style remix.