Exactly like their brothers in dancehall T.O.K., Kingston, Jamaica’s Voicemail certainly are a dancehall group intensely inspired by R&B serves like Boyz II Guys and Jodeci. Associates Craig Jackson, Kevin Blaire, and Oniel Edwards — kid of reggae great Rupie Edwards — emerged jointly in 1999 at a skill show. They produced Voicemail immediately after, originally being a quintet. By 2003 both extra members had been eliminated, and Voicemail started working being a trio with several producers, reducing dubplates along with some singles. Their early simple R&B efforts produced a minor influence in Jamaica, but as the trio started working even more in the lively design of the Scare Dem Staff — which Craig Jackson’s old brother was an associate — the strikes got larger. In 2004, “Weh Di Period” with Delly Rates and Bogle became such a huge Jamaican hit it warranted a sequel, “Prepared to Party (Weh Di Period 2).” Shortly monitors like “Jamaican Jiggas” and “Wacky Drop” were around Jamaican radio, familiarizing the market using the trio’s brand shout, “You have email — Voicemail, heyeeeee!” That brand figured in to the name of their full-length debut, Hey, that your VP label released in 2006.