Jamaican singer songwriter who first recorded at Studio One in the early 60s as a backing singer for the Clarendonians aged just 7 years old ! In the mid 60s he had hits with the label as one half of the duo Freddie and Fitzy and he remained with Studio One for the rest of the decade and for most of the next one with some of his finest recordings there collected on one of reggae?s seminal albums, ?Bobby Babylon?. A committed Rastafarian, he also recorded Roots and Lovers Rock classics for many other labels and producers in the late 70s and early 80s including Bob Marley?s Tuff Gong, Earl ?Chinna? Smith, ?Niney? The Observer, Linval Thompson and Joe Gibbs. As dancehall took over he showed he was still as able to keep the hits coming and he has also often produced them too, such as Luciano?s massive ?Shake It Up Tonight?. A true Jamaican superstar.