Keith Blair, born on 31 March 1976 in Trelawny, Jamaica is a reggae singer, DJ and is part of the Rastafari movement. He grew up a Seventh-day Adventist because of his mother’s belief system. He listened to the legendary Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and they had a huge impact on his own musical style. He played DJ whilst he was in high school at a local sound system. He met some reggae artists in 1988 and became friends with them like Mega Banton and Determine, just to mention a few. The Wizard label released his debut single “Living Is Hard” in 1993 where he did a collabo with Little Devon. After having tried various producers then he met Richard Bell who produced hits like “Repentance Time.” Universal Struggle was released late 1997 and the further released 3 albums in the 1999’s, 2003’s, and 2004’s namely in order, Seven Seals, Street Knowledge, and Untouchable. He did some collabos with Wyclef Jean and other artists. 2005 saw another album Black Star and Life over Death was 2008. In 2013 he did Tribute To Legends in honor of the late legends where he did their cover versions such as Bob Marley and John Lennon amongst others. Anthony B has toured America and Europe with Jason Sese. In 2016, Tears of Luv was released on his label, Bon Fire Music. He has had to postpone his tours this year 2020 to different countries like Germany due to the Covid-19 pandemic.