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Singjay Junior Kelly burst on the Jamaican dancehall scene in 2000 with the impossibly catchy "Love So Nice," and his deliberately roots-conscious approach made him a breath of fresh air in a genre too often full of nasty infighting and risqué, juvenile posturing. This 20-track set isn't exactly a "greatest-hits" collection, though (it lacks, for instance, "Love So Nice"), and Penitentiary's earlier Best of Junior Kelly release from 2005 makes for a much better introduction to this interesting artist. That said, there are some strong sides here, including the horn-driven "Come One Day," the lovely "I Need to Know," and the nyahbinghi-tinged "Corner Man."


Born: 23 September 1969 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

b. Keith Morgan, 23 September 1969, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Morgan was educated at St. Catherine High School and through peer pressure inherited his brother Jim’s musical legacy. Morgan was the brother of the late DJ, Jim Kelly, whose dancehall prominence opened a few doors for his younger sibling. In 1985, his elder brother took Morgan to his favourite studio where he recorded his debut, ‘Over Her Body’. The song did not make a significant impression within the Jamaican music industry but...
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