From: United Kingdom
Genre: Reggae, Dancehall
Cyclone started music in school at the age of thirteen, he was a member of the Happy Grove school band in Jamaica, where he learned to play the trumpet and the flute. From then he always had aspirations to hold the microphone, and ride the rhythm.
He was eventually spotted at age seventeen, while performing at a party, where he was later invited for an audition by the management of Studio 4 sound system. His popularity quickly escalated when he became the main deejay (MC) on Studio 4. Other sound systems became interested in his services, but it wasn't until he moved on to Aces International sound system, he started getting paid for his services. He started performing with the likes of Yellowman, Peter Metro, Welton Irie, just to name a few, who were all giants of the dancehall at the time
He later entered the island's national singers and deejay contest where he was first runner up. He went on to do his first recording in 1985, a track called Farmer on Bob Marley's Tuff Gong Label. He then started appearing regularly on prominent stage shows, with the likes of Wayne Wonder, Shabba Ranks, Maxi Priest, American girl band World of Girls and many more. He teamed up with J&J Records where he did a number of recordings. First two were Bandoolo Phone and Pastor them Lie, which were both banned from airplay for being too controversial.
Cyclone took a break from the music to pursue a career in sales and marketing, and later became a life insurance sales representative. He is also a professional security consultant. The call of the music was too strong to resist, so he gave up his new found careers and returned to the studios and recorded Pardner draw on Junior Dixon's Hot Lava label. This won him a UK tour with Beenie Man, Vegas, Little Kirk, Snagga Puss and more. He teamed up with the Gunsmoke Crew in London and recorded some tracks for Hi-Grade music. He is now recording with TQ Records, at Hi-Grade studio, and his current singles She Needs My Love, and Playground, done in collaboration with Daniel Boon, while he was a member of R2P are getting much attention from different medias and promoters. Cyclone has since re-embarked on his solo career, and busy in the studios making more potential hits.