Born in Trenchtown kingston Jamaica, Delroy Michael Fowlin AkA Bronco Knowledge grew up around Bob Marley, Peter Tosh,Bunny Wailer,Joe Higgs,Alton Ellis,Wailing Soul,Black Uhuru,Jonny Clark, Leroy Smart,Dennis Brown,Gregory Isaacs and many more. In that rich cultural environment came his artistic identity.By the age of 13, he was dancing in groups like Firing Squad and Scorpion Crew on S90 Skanks alongside Big Youth and on Skylarking alongside Horace Andy. By the age of 17, Delroy Bought his first guitar and learned to play his first cords with Tata Keith more known as Vincent Ford who wrote" No woman no cry" for Bob Marley.He learned percution with his oncle Scully another reggae legend.
In 1993, Bronco Knowledge performs in the Ghetto Bash organized by Bunny Wailers with some of the best musicians in Jamaica. Between 1993 and 2000 Bronco produce an album called "tell me something" In studio like Lago Studio, Tuff gong, Dynamic Studio, I and I Studio and Music Works.This album will be distributed by jet Star.
The Chosen One was born and raised in the West Kingston ghetto of Waterhouse, an area rich in musical tradition, but where everyday life involved a constant struggle against poverty and the threat of violence. He and his family were spared neither. His mother was left to fend for her family of ten children alone and unsurprisingly, he grew up among considerable hardship. You can still hear the sufferation in his voice today, along with compassion, and a stirring dose of rebel philosophy. Paul Elliott The Chosen One Song "Get Jah Involved" is #1 on the NY Foundation Music Chart. Paul Elliott is Available For Performances, Interviews, Dubplates, Jingles, Drops. For Further Information, Contact Stronger Production at: (US) 609-222-5247; (JA) 876-395-0033; firstname.lastname@example.org
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