Braveheart was born in Ocho Rios on Jamaica's north coast in 1976 and grew up there and in August Town in Kingston. Although largely unknown up until now, he is a formidable DJ talent whose time must surely come. He started DJing in 1992 and appeared on local sound systems like Turbo Charge, and Massive Hi-Power. Originally known as Pancho, his first recording was produced by Philip "Fatis" Burrell from Xterminator in 1993 but was not released. His first release was "119", produced by Jamaica's top sound system Stone Love Movement. Braveheart's DJ style is very close to the original Sizzla style, and like his successful friend, is also a great lyricist too. The last few years has seen Braveheart continuing to live in Ochi Rios, where he works as the engineer at Prezident Brown's dubplate studio. He has been producing himself in preparation for his own debut album (on his own Brimstone label). He has a promo-only CD available and also has one track "Don't Care" on the compilation album "Luciano & Friends" on the Tallas International label in the USA. Rootsman first met Braveheart in the summer of 1999 when he visited Jamaica and recorded some killer specials with him. They finally linked up again 3 years later in August 2002 when Braveheart finally made it to England. He reached the Third Eye Studio to record some more specials and also two new tunes produced by Rootsman - "Too Rough" and "Slew Dem."
all rights reserved