Determine was born Rohan Alexander Bennet in 1972 in Jamaica. His career began when he started performing on the Jamaican Sound System Circuit. In 1995 he was nominated and he won the Rockers award for the best new DJ. A series of singles followed after that and these included ‘Burn Up’, ‘Dem No Know Love’, and ‘Bulls Eye Part Two. Bennet then recorded the popular ‘Kettle Drum’ with the famous DJ Beenie Man and the track was produced by Bobby Digital. The track got international recognition
This record led to the revival of the Nyahbingi drumming, a form that was last heard of in the 1970s. So many versions arose from this with inclusions of artists like Shabba Ranks & Cocoa Tea, Bounty Killer, and Garnett Silk.. Determine was enrolled by popular producer Barry O’Hare in 1996 to perform ‘Heathen Chant’ which was followed by hits, both collaborations and solo which included ‘No One Cares’, ‘What Dem A Tink’, Welcome Shaka Zulu’, I Shall Not’, ‘Born Pressurizer’, ‘Nuh Duh Nuttin’, ‘Wuk Out Yu Body’ ad ‘If A Nevah Jah’.