Neil McDonald was born in 1974 in Clarendon Jamaica. He began his career by chanting on local sound systems . In 1993, McDonald moved to Kingston alongside his fellow DDJ, Supervisor. He auditioned at Donovan Germain’s Penthouse Studio where he recorded the unrelease “Oh La La” followed by his debut “I Know”. He joined Patrick Roberts who recorded his debut on the “All Courant” riddim which was titled “Fowl Affair” and this became his breakthrough hit. McDonald’s style of music was influenced by Buju Banton and Mega Banton. In 1995, he released “Chronic” with the popular artist Beenie Man. He also recorded with Beenie Man’s brother ‘Little Kirk’ in :Show Me Your Motion”. McDonald toured Europe, the USA and the Caribbean. Some of his remarkable 90s hits were “All These Girls Mine”, “Violence & Crime”, “Nah Go Bow”, “Lose Him Gal”, “Get Too Bright”, among others.