Warren Gladstone Williams was born on 24 April 1972 in Saint Ann’s Bay Jamaica. He initially launched his career as Future Troubles and later changed to Future Fambo. He got his musical influence from his brother and his uncle, Zack Henry of The Astronauts. His talent and passion for music was very evident from his childhood. After leaving Secondary School, Williams joined a dance group named “Crazy Boys”. His major break came at James Avenue when his song “Kung Fu” won every week which led to the song winning the finals. Courtney Cole was very impressed with Williams and he recorded the song on his Roof International Label and it became a favorite all over Jamaica. Williams’ first major live performance was in 1994 at the White River Reggae Bash when he was called on stage by President Brown and Jack Raddix and he nailed the performance. Williams also performed at Reggae Sunsplash, Sting and Reggae Sumfest. His major hits included “How Many Girls”, “Hong Kong Mi Born”, “John Goh Deh” and “Lava Lava Gal”. In 2006, he released “Wrong Hail”, “Forget About It” and “Fambo”. In 2010, “Rum and Redball” came and the song featured Beenie Man. Another single “This Life” by Notice Productions was released.