His success led to tours of Canada and the United States, and he eventually settled in Florida in the early 1990s. Further hits followed with "Reggae on Broadway", "Teach Dem", and "HIV", and in the mid-1990s he began to blend hip hop and R&B with dancehall, notably on the Calling Calling album from 1995. 1996 saw the release of Screwdriver's self-produced Let Me Remind You album. Screwdriver made a guest appearance on John Holt's 1997 album All Night Long.
Shortly after the release of Let Me Remind You, Screwdriver began working on his next album, Prophecy, which was released in 2001. He said of the album: "Mi try do a little a everything on it...some ska, some jazz, a little merengue. Is a musician album". Last.fm note: Due to misspellings, some tracks which appear under this artist page are incorrectly attributed to Screwdriver and should be listed under Skrewdriver, world famous as a "neo-nazi rock band". Read more on Last.fm.
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