b. Alteen Campbell, 1972, Lucea, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Campbell embarked on a musical profession while still at college. She was asked to execute at a college concert and, influenced from the a reaction to her DJ abilities, was persuaded to earnestly consider a profession in music. She primarily performed in a variety of stage displays and concerts within the north coastline, around the Montego Bay region. It had been at among her shows that she fulfilled Ralston Barrett of B.We.G. Special offers who wanted to manage her profession. His management abilities found fruition with some hits commencing using the religious “I REALLY BELIEVE I Can Take flight”. Further produces adopted including “Ti Amour”, “Wicked Tonight” (with Elephant Guy) as well as the audacious chanting, “New Close friends” (with Dark Rat). Her celebratory position didn’t detract her from her research and she continuing with her education, getting several skills, which resulted in an associate level. She was hailed within the reggae press as pursuing in the footsteps of additional kid prodigies including Freddie McGregor, Dennis Dark brown and Junior Tucker. Her urbane but eerie vocal design is definitely similar to the underrated vocalist Ghost, whose haunting vocals resulted in her becoming characterised as Woman Ghost. Serial Child continued to keep up a higher profile appearing in the Reggae Sumfest Celebrations. She also embarked on documenting sessions with Ruler Jammy who released “Small Shotta” and “Lexus”. Additional notable produces included the inquisitive “Farmers Anthem”, the bizarre “Freaky Stuff”, the winsome “REAL LOVE” and, with nod to her motivation, Diana Ruler, “Shy Guy Appear”. Campbell’s “Small Shotta” resulted in criticism that she was glorifying bad guys from several Jamaican press celebrities. The vocalist responded using the launch of “EXACTLY WHAT IS A Shotta”, which she referred to as someone who is definitely hotter than sizzling rather than a gun guy, petty thief or robber.