As a teenager he started to apply his vocal skills to making reggae compositions with sweet melodies and hooks in a style very characteristic of the R&B he had been singing earlier in his life but with rich cultural and spiritual content. This is why he took the name "JaMelody" (Jah Melody) It was at a captivating performance as an opening act for a reggae show in Port of Spain which brought him to the attention of his current manager who immediately took him to Jamaica to begin recording. On a second trip to Jamaica he was introduced to Bobby "Digital" Dixon, ace producer and owner of the well known record label Digital-B. The sweet sound of Jamelody is a result of their amazing collaborative effort and musical chemistry...
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