Oje Ken Ollivierre was born on 14 June 1981 in Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica. His first release was the 2005 mixtape “Lyrical Overdose Volume 1” and it was hip hop influenced although it feautured Busy Signal. In 2010, Ollivierre began working with Don Corleon Records which was run by his cousin who is a popular Jamican Producer, Don Corleon. That Year he released “JA”, “Roll” and “Dread”, and the following year 2011 saw the release of his debut album “The Seven Year Itch” and from the album, the single titled “Arguments” contributed to his popularity. That same year, Ollivierre released another single off the album entitled “Rasta Love” featuring Ky-Mani Marley. In 2013, his second album “The 8 Year Aaffair” was released. It included some singles from 2012 such as “This Is Not a Marijuana Song”and “Kingston Be Wise”. In December 2014, Ollivierre was included on the BBC Radio 1Xtra’s ‘Hot for 2015’ list. His album “Ancient Future” was initially released in 2014 but was held back till March 2015. The album was produced by Phillip “Winta” James and it included songs like “Who Knows” featuring Chronixx , “Answer To Your Name” and “Criminal”. In 2016, Ollivierre released Side B of his fourth album, “Royalty Free” as a free download to the public on the website. In 2018, he released the album “A Matter Of Time” which received a Grammy Award Nomination for The Best Reggae Album category. In 2020, Ollivierre joined Chronixx on a remix of Alicia Key’s song “Underdog”.