Garfield Delano Spence, January 11 1985, Kingston, Jamaica
As a member of the duo SoJah, he has released popular hits such as “Winner”, “Rasta Impostor”, “This Means Money”, “Good Girl Gone Bad”, “The Real Song”, “Represent”, “Do Summer” and “Forward”, “Gal a bubble”. During 2005, his single “Pon Di Corner” was a major hit in Japan, leading to a month-long tour and a Japan-only album. In addition to DJing on “Good Girl Gone Bad”, which was also released as a single, he also made a guest appearance on Tarrus Riley’s Contagious album.
His “Gal Dem Talk” single was a major hit in Kenya, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Europe, and he performed at Guyana’s National Stadium in May 2011.
Real Talk was released by the Japanese label Koyashi in 2010. A second album was also announced for Jamaica on Tad Dawkins’ Tad’s International label. In 2010, Konshens also launched Subkonshus, working with up-and-coming acts such as his brother Delus.
A number of Jamaican celebrities participated in a march in Torrington Park in May 2011, calling for an end to political rivalry in the region, commemorating the fire at the Eventide Home in May 1980, which killed over 150 elderly women and was suspected of being politically motivated.