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aka - - - squidly cole
location- kingston jamaica

music genre - - -
reggae drum & bass
acoustic, and son of
famous historic Strangejah
Cole. Now an active drummer for
Stephen Marley along with
his own band moving up.

Wilburn “Squidly” Cole is a world renowned reggae musician hailing from the Trenchtown section of Kingston, Jamaica. In 1980, Squidly made his debut in the reggae music business at the young age of 13 when he played his first hit song ‘Black Black Roses’ with Barrington Levy for Channel One Studio. By age 14, Earl “Chinna” Smith arranged an audition between Squidly and famed reggae Artist, Jimmy Cliff, resulting in a world tour with Jimmy Cliff and the Oneness band to Europe and Africa.

Musical talent runs deep in Squidly’s family. His father, StrangeJah Cole is a living legend from the Ska and Rocksteady Era of the 1960/70s, who is credited with scoring the first reggae song, ‘Bangarang’ as well as several other greatest hits including: “When you call my name’, “‘Ruff & Tuff’‘, and “Give Me The Right”’. Squidly’s uncle is none other than Donald “Tabby Diamond” Shaw, lead singer of the super harmony trio, The Mighty Diamonds. Their classic hits, “Pass the Coche”, “I Need A Roof” and “When The Right Time Come” continue to be Jamaica’s dancehall anthems.

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