b. 5 Dec 1965, Kingston, Jamaica, d. 17 Feb 2014, Kingston, Jamaica. Smith started performing while at college and in cathedral, where he cultivated his exclusive vocal technique. After attaining his educational certification he started an apprenticeship as a power engineer. His schooling centred across the Papine area of St. Andrew’s, where many best performers started their musical professions, including Brigadier Jerry, Sister Nancy, Anthony Malvo and Chaka Demus. Smith spent his leisure time at Ruler Jammy’s (after that Prince Jammy) audio system, hoping for a chance on the mike. His persistence found fruition and, influenced by the target audience’s response, Jammy documented Smith’s debut, ‘Ain’t No Me Without You’, accompanied by the dancehall favourites ‘Switch My Brain’, ‘Existence Is AN INSTANT In Space’ and ‘Ism Skism’. Smith was presented within the UK’s Route 4 tv reggae documentary Deep Origins Music, where he’s filmed documenting in Ruler Tubby’s studio room. Like many performers, Smith began dealing with additional producers, including classes at Route One, and some hits adopted including ‘Cigarette smoker Supa’ and variations of ‘Karma Chameleon’ and Dennis Dark brown’s ‘No Even more AM I GOING TO Roam’. Within the middle-80s Smith came back to dealing with the recently promoted Ruler Jammy, enjoying achievement with ‘Ain’t No Indicating’ and ‘Arrive Along’. In past due 1984 he was straight involved in what’s regarded as by many to be always a pivotal phase within the Jamaican saving industry. The event of Smith’s and Noel Daley’s tinkerings having a Casio music package continues to be well documented, even though unprecedented success of the event became a turning stage for both Smith and Ruler Jammy. The producing track, ‘Under Me Sleng Teng’, was an enormous hit all over the world and resulted in countless variations. From its preliminary launch in 1985, the tempo continues to supply the basis for several reggae hits. Getting the variation of introducing probably the most protected accentuation within the music’s background inevitably resulted in enormous anticipations, which Smith endured with relaxed assurance. He exhibited his skill for songwriting and performing, and drew on his formative teaching for encoding on Sleng Teng using the songs ‘Icky All Over’, ‘Like Don’t Like Me’ and ‘Walk JUST LIKE A Granny’. He continuing to produce strikes, notably ‘Quick Dem Like’ and ‘My Special Like’, before relocating to the united states, where he create his very own Sleng Teng label. After time for Jamaica to reside in 2013, Smith was accepted to medical center in Feb of the next year; after struggling a coronary attack, he passed away on 17 Feb 2014 at age 48.