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Live Chat Reggae Artist King Lorenzo and Norris Man

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King Lorenzo was born in St Ann, his talent for singing was recognized from a tender age as he performed in school, sound systems and hotels all over Jamaica under the name Parson Man. Gifted with a pure and exceptional voice, he caught the attention of reggae fans worldwide. After winning one of Jamaica’s biggest singing competition, Red Label Reggae Cable, he started recording for Barry O’Hare on the X-Rated label since then Lorenzo has recorded for different labels such as Stone Love, Big Ship, Jet Star, Irie Ites, Reality Sound to name a few. After releasing several singles and also featured on many compilation CDs and other projects over the years, his first solo album Movin’Ahead was released in December 2009. This long-awaited album has been a treat for fans everywhere and received excellent reviews. His second album, STRONGER has just been released and is getting great feedback. King Lorenzo has performed on most of the major festivals all over the world and is renown for his charisma and energetic stage performances.“Music is universal and powerful. With so much negativity around the world my music is my contribution towards making our world a better place.”
 
Norris Man Born and raised in the notorious Trenchtown and Arnett Gardens area of Kingston, Jamaica, Christopher Campbell, now known as Norris Man had Bob Marley as a hometown hero to inspire his immersion into the musical arena. As a young boy Norris Man (named because of his enthusiasm for karate king Chuck Norris) would sit under a tree to write his own songs of redemption. Feeling music within him, Norris could not ignore his gift of singing and performing. In the Kingston dancehalls of his youth, older sound boys would hoist ten year-old Norris on top a Guiness box and hand him the mic to stir up the dance. Such experiences lit the musical fire for this ghetto youth. From there his musical journey began.

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