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Ky-Mani soon began experimenting with laying tracks, at times with his brothers, Stephen, Julian and Damian.Ky-Mani signed to Shang Records where he recorded his debut album in 1996 titled Like Father Like Son, and several singles: "Judge Not" with Patra, followed by "Dear Dad" (which topped the British reggae charts), "Who The Cap Fit (remix)", and "Sensimelia", all of which added to his growing reputation as a master in the new generation of reggae musicians."Met" and will not assume liability for the opinions or statements, nor the accuracy of such statements, posted by users utilizing this blog to express themselves.Users are advised that false statements which are defamatory in nature may be subject to legal action, for which the user posting such statements will be personally liable for any damages or other liability, of any nature, arising out of the posting of such statements.Starting with his breakthrough hit-single “Tabula Rasa” to the current long runner “Ahnma”, from Geman platinum-selling stars like Udo Lindenberg, Freundeskreis and Curs to international acts like Alborosie, Marcia Griffiths, Ky-Mani Marley or Afu-Ra.22 Tracks are quite a lot for a standard CD, but the deluxe version includes a further 21 tracks on top - testament to the broad range of his wide-ranging hits to date and a true must-have for all fans. In addition to his incredible back catalogue, there are two new singles with famous feature-acts: dancehall-superstar Sean Paul kills it on “Ovoaload”, while soul-icon Aloe Blacc supports Gentleman on “Imperfection”.

He became inspired as a singer after being asked to sing a hook to a song during a recording session at a studio in Miami.

Ky-Mani was born in Falmouth, Jamaica, but at the age of nine, he relocated to the inner-city of Miami .

During his youth, Ky-Mani was unaware of his musical abilities, sports being his first love.

I am six hours into my second night at a reggae festival called Rebel Salute.

Though dancehall has dominated Jamaican radio for going on three decades, reggae festivals are still held year-round, and Rebel Salute is considered the most legit.

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