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Blauque Warriah aka Stephon Moulton a.k.a RAS MYRHDAK was born in Jamaica, St. Ann, home of reggae greats like Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Max Romeo'Iqulah and Ernie Smith. Ras myrhdak's musical interest started at age 8 when he began singing bass in his mother’s MIS MONICA HAMILTON church choir at the Church. In 1997 RAS MYRHDAK linked with producer Phillip Thomas a.k.a (Cutty Ranks) in Kingston to produce the hit singles “Hot Bwoy” and “Gal A Say Myrhdak” on the Shark Label distributed by Greensleeves Company. The great success of these singles, brought him on the scene full-force where he linked with Annetta Brewster-Aitken, his manager at that time, who really believed in him.He has worked with some great producers such as King Jammys, Bobby Digital, Kings of Kings, Mixing Magic Finga Stewart and Gemtar Production. These associations accredited him with more than 30 singles released. Some of his hit songs include “Blazer”, and “Heights & Pray” on the Breath A Fyah Riddim; “Samsung” and “Warriah Nuh Fraid” on the Double Kick Riddim; both produced by Blaque Warriahs Productions.
Mr. Cool is a talented singer songwriter performer, born David Clarke, in St. Elizabeth Jamaica. He was given the name Mr. Cool by friends, a name he now uses professionally. Mr Cool started his career at the tender age of six at church. He has so far releases two 13 songs albums and 1, 5 songs EP It’s Raining, Serious Times, and EP Bless me now, and now the new single title This Stress is killing me. Mr. Cool mentor are the late great Roberta Nesta Marley, and Bob Andy. Mr. Cool is dedicated to singing culturally conscious music non-violentt and disrespectful to women. This new single he firmly believes will be the catalyst to launch to higher heights on the recording scene and gain him international recognition
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