Caribbean Artist Birthday

Luciano

Jepther McClymont, Born October 20 1964, Davyton, Manchester Parish.

He began recording in 1992 with “Ebony & Ivory” (released as Stepper John by Aquarius Records), followed by a split album with DJ Presley (‘Luciana’ is credited to Sky High’s producer. In 1993, his first release under Luciano was “Give My Love a Try”, produced by Castro Brown’s New Name Studio, followed by others produced by Brown, Freddie McGregor, Blacka Dread, and Sly and Robbie, including the No. 1 UK reggae hit “Shake It Up Tonight”.

As a result of his collaboration with Philip “Fatis” Burrell, he released the singles “Chant Out” and “Poor and Simple” in late 1993, followed by the album Moving Up in the late 1990s. Before returning to work with Burrell on a series of successful singles and the album One Way Ticket in 1994, he cut singles for Musclehead and Louie Culture. He also worked with Burrell on a series of successful singles and an album. This album is considered a milestone in dancehall music history. etc

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