Clifton George Bailey III, born 13 April 1967 in Islington, St. Mary, Jamaica, is a popular dancehall and reggae artist. David House Productions is his record label and his songs vibrate with his Rastafari views. He used to sneak out of the house during his teenage years to go and watch dancehall acts. He left home at the age of 18 to go and pursue his career as a dancehall DJ. In 1989, A Toronto-based owner of African Star, Stewart Brown, gave Bailey his 1st big international break and flew him to perform on stage alongside Ninjaman. “Bumbo Red”, “No Lotion Man” to “Number One on the Look Good Chart”, were some of his hit songs in the late 1980s.In 1992, “Alms House” was recorded and found its establishment in dancehall. Russell Simmons of Def Jam Recordings landed a deal with Bailey because of the massive tunes “Wings of the Morning and “Tour” and brought forth 2 albums in the mid-90s, I-Testament and Prophecy. In 2004, Capleton continued recording roots reggae and dancehall.”The Day Will Come” over Hard Times riddim was one of the most popular singles he did. After a break from VP Records, Capleton returned in 2010 and released I-Ternal Fire. He embarked on an African continent tour late 2010 to early 2011, just after he had completed an American tour. The Jamaica Reggae Industry Association acknowledged Capleton in May 2019 for his outstanding impact as a promoter on the reggae industry.