Also known as The Doctor Early B was an early dancehall reggae deejay whose lyrics had a cultural bent, noted mainly in his hits "Visit of King Selassie", "History of Jamaica" and "Wheely Wheely", the latter an ode to bicycle-riding in Jamaica.
Reggae singer Tony Tuff, born Winston Morris in 1955 in Jamaica. He start recording with African Brothers. After group broke up in 1978 he became lead singer in Soul Syndicate, also recorded some solo projects. Some of his greatest hits of the 1980's were recorded with Henry "Junjo" Lawes' Volcano label, including: "Come Fi Mash It", "Nobody But You" and others.
During the middle of the 1970s Johnny Clarke stood at a Crossroads of Jamaican music, and was the point about which Reggae music turned during the "Golden Era" of '70s Roots Reggae. Briefly there was no more popular act than he in Jamaica, and this in a country where popularity is exceptionally hard won.