Harry Toddler

Patrick Ricardo Jackson, born in 1975 in Kingston, Jamaica, is a veteran dancehall singer whose passion was fueled by the legendary Shabba Ranks. He started practicing being a DJ at the age of 9 and since that time he has never looked back. In the 1990s, he recorded at King Jammy’s studio one of his 1st songs titled “Gal Yuh A Lead.” Though the song didn’t make it big, he teamed up with Nitty Kutchie, Elephant Man and Boom Dandimite to form the Scare Dem Crew. They recorded hits, including “Don’t Care For You”, “Many Many”, “Bay Gal Want Mi”, and their first number one, “Badman Nuh Dress Like Girl.” Bounty Killer was instrumental in the rise to stardom for the group within the dancehall arena but unfortunately the group didn’t last for long and Toddler continued solo with a smashing hits like “Hand Me The Fire” and “Certain Bwoy.” Fans all over the world have been privileged to witness his captivating presence on stage and he has performed on high profile stages like Sumfest, Fully-Loaded and Sting. Toddler carries many hits with him like “Yuh See I,” Angel”, and “Drive-By.” Some of the songs he has done on 2018 riddims such as Kasablanca riddim, Velocity riddim, and Freestyle riddim. “Bad People”  is a single that has a music video released in 2019. Toddler’s talent still vibrates in the music fraternity at large.