b. 1973, London, Britain. Having relocated to Chapeltown, Leeds, Rebeka embarked on her behalf recording career like a support vocalist. In 1993 she offered the vocals for several dub plate special deals for the Lel Oreness Audio alongside the Leeds-based Jah Motion and Oldham’s Dread Lion Studio room. During 1995 Rebeka performed in the bill on the renowned Thursday night night periods in north London’s Dub Membership, where she impressed the business lead singer and manufacturer from the Twinkle Brothers, Norman Offer. Intrigued by her vocal design, he created her debut, ‘Humble Lion’, a militant melody declaring the majestic power of Ras Tafari. The melody, accompanied with the similarly well-known b-side, ‘I Appreciate Jah Jah’, was popular within the root base and lifestyle circuit and was intensely ‘rinsed’ with the conscientious audio systems. In 1997 she set up a credible popularity when she made an appearance being a soloist on the Leeds Western world Indian Center and Manchester’s Music group IN THE Wall within a showcase offering Della Offer, E.T. Webster as well as the Twinkle Brothers. She also highlighted on the line-up alongside the Lion Root base Substantial including Dub Judah, Sister Allison, Tez Fa Zion aka Adhi Prophet and Sister Africa. Her debut, African Heartbeat, surfaced in the wintertime of 1997 to vital acclaim. By 1998 she was documenting with Dread Lion for the root base compilation, alongside brand-new materials with Norman Offer.