'80's dancehall singer grows up
tribute by Eric Doumerc
"Little John is a dancehall singer from the 1980’s who can be credited with blurring the boundaries between singing and singjaying, and thus with creating a new style which became known as "singjaying." He was born John McMorris in 1970 in Kingston,
Jamaica and went into the music business at a very early age (he was barely nine when he started), hence his nom de plume, Little John. He first worked under the tutelage of Sugar Minott, whose Youth Promotion sound system and label sought to nurture
talent from Jamaica's ghettoes."
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