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Wade Brammer, born February 10, 1954 in Kingston, was a keen follower of soundsystems such as Tippertone, El Paso, Kentone and King Tubby's HiFi. At soundsystem Vee Jay the Dubmaster he started his career ,as Deejay Trinity, and there stayed for some four years. It's not sure whether he recorded his first tune for producer Derrick Harriott ('Owner Fi De Yard') or for Channel One boss JoJo HooKim ('Step Up Yourself'), both tunes released in 1976.
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