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 Fred Locks began his career in the 1960s as part of a vocal harmony group, in his case a group he formed in secondary school, The Flames, and in 1966 The Lyrics, who recorded for Coxsone Dodd in the late 1960s, with tracks such as "A Get It", "Girls Like Dirt", and "Hear What The Old Man Say". They later moved on to Vincent Chin's Randy's setup, recording "Give Thanks", "East to the Right", and a cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water", also working with Lee "Scratch" Perry, and released the self-financed "Sing A Long" in 1971 on their own Lyric label.

"Songbird" Gordon holds nothing back in her newly released single, “I Just Want to Love You”. Cradled by a lover’s rock reggae riddim, with a true R&B sultry soulful feel, Michelle’s passionate voice carries listeners deep into the heart of the music.Michelle Gordon began singing from the young age of four in Kingston, Jamaica, to congo drums and the tambourine. School choir gave Michelle more opportunities for vocal training, music lessons, and performing. She participated in singing competitions and talent shows, and won several awards.

 Fitzroy Francis,was born in Kingston,Jamaica and grow up in the community of Waterhouse.I got involve in the business of music from 1985.I produced my first single "Things A Gwan,Things A Go Down" by Andrew Bees in 1991 and his  first album "Militant" in 1995. In 2011I conceptualize the Mightyful13 Records label in Queens ,New York.It advent commence with the "Mighty In Battle" riddim project, "RECONFIGURATION" the missing link of "REGGAE" Works at Mightyful13 Records LLC

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