The Man from the Eastern parish of St. Thomas dubbed Natty King. Kevin Christopher Roberts, aka Natty King is best known for hits such as "Mister Greedy" and "No Guns To Town". Believed to be one of the members of conscious music, he draws his inspiration from reggae pioneers The Wailers, Burning Spear, and his personal role model Luciano. Natty recorded "No Guns To Town" and "Love Me" on the Two-Miles label, which took off like a rocket sitting at the top of numerous reggae charts nationally and overseas.
There are three bands named Deer on last.fm. One is an electronic music project based in Germany that has released tracks on Combination Records, Hydrogen Dukebox, Neo Ouija and a variety of netlabels. As Deer, Martin Hirsch produces freestyle, Detroit-influenced House and Techno which draws on found sounds, organic synths and engaging emotional tensions. His focus is on groove and finely detailed fragments, trying to create an acoustic space that equally suits headphones and the dance floor.
'Patchy' are a three piece alternative/acousitc band from Monmouth, Wales. Formed in early 2008, the band are currently writing material for their debut record. Combining elements of rock and blues, fused with original acoustic stylings the band have already released two EP's. Patchy have a strong fanbase and are popular among the various echelons of the local community; from pub owners to school attendees. Influences upon our music are Radiohead, Editors, Damien Rice, Beck.
Black Uhuru is a Jamaican reggae band probably best known for their hits "Shine Eye Gal", "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," "Sinsemilla," "Solidarity," and "What Is Life?". They were the first group to win a Grammy in the reggae category when it was introduced in 1985. They originally formed as 'Black Sounds Uhuru' (the Kiswahili word for freedom). The first line-up of the group was Garth Dennis, Don Carlos, and Derrick "Duckie" Simpson.
Dawn Penn (born Dawn Pickering, 1952, in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae singer. In 1967 she recorded and had released the rocksteady single "You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)", produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. In 1970, she left the music industry and moved to the Virgin Islands. However, in 1987 she returned to Jamaica and music. In the summer of 1994 she re-recorded and re-released the single "You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)" (with Steely & Clevie on production), topping the charts in the U.S., Europe, and her native Jamaica.