Reggae singer known as Crasher was born in Jamaica and moved to Canada in 1983. He also won a Canadian Reggae Award (Top Single for "Who's Watching The Baby") in 1987, albeit as an "International" artist. His single "Amazon" was also recorded in Jamaica. He started his career at a very young age in church and school choirs, but got his professional break when he joined the now defunct show band The Thunderbird, as lead singer and toured the Island of Jamaica. Crasher came to Canada in 1983 and continued his singing despite a lot of hardship and ups and downs, and is determined to continue to rise until he reaches the highest heights as an entertainer against all odds.