Warren Gladstone Williams was born on 24 April 1972 in St Ann’s Bay, Jamaica. He is also known as Future Fambo. Williams became popular in the mid 90s when he won a local talent show, week after week with his single “Kung Fu”. The single was released on the Roof International Label in 1994 and a series of other singles were released on Digital-B, Shocking Vibes and Ghetto Youth Productions. In 1996, Williams collaborated with Bounty Killer on “Kill A Sound Boy” on VP Records. He also released the singles “Forget About It” and “Wrong Hall”. In 2010, Williams collaborated with Beenie Man on the famous single ‘Rum & Redbull”. He also recorded some of his singles for Freddie McGregor’s ‘Big Ship’. His 2015 dancehall hit “Bloodclaute Song” was an anthem and it attracted Sean Paul, Beenie Man and Demarco to the remix.