Pro drummer, music producer, music teacher and co-founder with his brother Ras Elroy Bailey of a charity organisation called MDMD Arts, involved in working with troubled young people. They provided activities for these young people and dis-affected families.
He has played behind artists such as Trevor Walters, Keith Hudson, Dennis Brown, Taylor Dayne and Jimmy Somerville.
He’s better known for being the male member of the mid 80’s band “Amazulu.” They enjoyed chart success with Excitable and Too Good to Be Forgotten.
Lately he has become a respected music producer, expanding his music from Reggae to House, with a hit dance track titled ‘Who’s the Badman’ with Dee Pattern and helped to start music careers for many up-and-coming artists.
He started his music life as a DJ for his father’s sound system at the age of 14 and started his own sound system at the age of 16, ‘Black Lion’ in Hackney and in the early eighties, a sound called King Josiah playing alongside or sound clashed with sounds like Sir Coxsone, Jah Shaka and Moa Ambassa.
He’s now bringing his music flavour to LWR Radio with the best in reggae in its diverse and various forms. Join him and enjoy his ‘Strictly Love We A Deal With’ show.