b. Vincent Rhone, Trinityville, St. Thomas, Jamaica, Western Indies. Rhone nurtured his vocals like a youngsters singing in the family members chapel in Yallahs, St. Thomas. In the 70s he remaining Jamaica to become listed on his parents who experienced relocated to the united kingdom. His like of cricket and the next skills learnt led to him becoming recruited to try out expertly for Northamptonshire where he excelled until a personal injury terminated his profession. Undeterred by this setback he came back to his 1st love and relocated to London to go after a profession in music. He became a member of Grove Music where he caused artists such as for example Aswad, Michael Prophet, Yabby You, Wayne Wade, Tommy McCook and Ruler Sounds. His preliminary involvement is at a supporting part as he undertook responsibilities like a ‘roadie’ and ital make. In 1998, he created the All-Welcome Team, with whom he documented his debut ‘Honeysuckle Woman’, accompanied by ‘Want Your Caring’. As the 1st two releases had been moderately effective Nap enjoyed higher fortune using the launch of ‘Everyday Everyday’. He also achieved further kudos using the follow-up, ‘Thanks a lot And Praises’. On the effectiveness of the strikes he was commissioned to compose ‘Who Runs There’, that was highlighted in the soundtrack of Monk Dawson. While building his profile in the reggae graph Nap became involved with stage administration and was recruited to manage concerts for performers such as UNDER-DEVELOPED, Jimmy Cliff, Mighty Sparrow and Byron Lee. In 2000, Nap embarked on the hectic touring timetable that included a significant functionality in the Homegrown portion of the Tranquility And Like Reggae Celebration. He finally released his aptly entitled debut, GOOD STUFF Come… , via an indie label co-owned by Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison. The record featured Nap’s previously strikes alongside, ‘I’m A Musician’, ‘Strugglin’’ and ‘Areas’, which obviously demonstrated the vocalist’s status among the UK’s concealed treasures.