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Junia Walker

Junia Walker

Junia Walker


Junia Walker was born on New Years Day at 147 King St., Kingston Jamaica, first infant school was a dance hall named Forester's Hall where two of Jamaica's music pioneers Sir Coxsone and Duke Reid would do battle with their sound systems on Wednesdays and weekends. Leaving high school Walker would start his own sound system Black Equinox while working at Barclays Bank. Music would bring him back to his old neighborhood which was the hotbed of Jamaican music with the likes of The Wailers Read more on Last.fm
Junia Walker was born on New Years Day at 147 King St., Kingston Jamaica, first infant school was a dance hall named Forester's Hall where two of Jamaica's music pioneers Sir Coxsone and Duke Reid would do battle with their sound systems on Wednesdays and weekends. Leaving high school Walker would start his own sound system Black Equinox while working at Barclays Bank. Music would bring him back to his old neighborhood which was the hotbed of Jamaican music with the likes of The Wailers, Derrick Harriot, Bunny Lee, Prince Buster, Lee Perry and more who all had establishments in the area, this allowed Junia to start his own productions first with Keith Hudson before starting his own label Jusic International before easing into singing himself with tracks "Black Africa", "So much" and "No respector of persons" among his first recordings before hooking up with High Times Band which enabled a constant flow of originals and cover versions all in Walker's unique style. Read more on Last.fm.

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