Ewart Everton Brown, born on 31 March 1968 in Kingston, Jamaica, is a reggae fusion artist and a dancehall singer. As a teen, he had an interest in applying his music interest on several sound systems. Delroy Thompson from Tuff Gong produced Mad Cobra’s 1st single in 1989 titled “Respect Woman.” “Na Go Work”, featuring Tricia McKay, his 1st hit brought the attention of Carl Nelson and Captain Sinbad onto him as they were well-known producers who had a good eye for talent. A chain of hits ensued after that like “Merciless Bad Boy”, “Shoot to Kill”, and “Ze Taurus.” In 1990, he spit major hits in Jamaica, including “Feeling Lonely”, “Gundelero”, “Yush”, and “Bad Boy Talk,” through Dave Kelly from Penthouse Records and Donovan Germain, a producer. Bad Boy Talk became his 1st album in 1991 and he proceeded to work with many producers which gave birth to more hits like “Be Patient” and “O.P.P” He did well in the UK having 5 chart-topper tracks between the years 1991 to 1992. He went on to sign up with Columbia Records in Us and released another album titled Hard to Wet, Easy to Dry which had “Flex” show up on some US charts as an awesome hit. The album competed well locally and internationally due to this hit. In 1993’s, most Jamaican charts had the 2 singles as chart-toppers, “Matti Haffie Move” and “Mek Noise.” 1994-1995 saw the release of Venom produced by King Jammy with hits included “Fat and Buff”, “Length and Bend”, and “Selassie I Rules.” In 1996, Milkman was released by Columbia Records into the US Market and it secured 12th place on the Billboard Top Reggae Charts. His collaboration with Mr. Vegas on “Guns High” in 1998 made some charts in Europe. In addition, 2001-2006 saw some album releases namely, Cobra, Words Of Warning, Fresh and Soft Machine. In May 2010, Cobra received gunshot injuries near his residence due to a misunderstanding with some local men though he received treatment and eventually recovered. He is currently still very active and proven his talent with time.