Cecil Campbell was born on 20 December 1974 in Jamaica. After completing his studies in Chemical Engineering, he was introduced to producer Dave Kelly. Campbell’s recording career began in the early 1990s when he released singles such as “Dorothy” and “Gwaney Gwaney”. He was signed by East West Records. His 1992 debut album “Gwaney Gwaney” was produced by Patrick Roberts/Donovan Germain. Dave Kelly produced his most popular album to date titled “Yaga Yaga” in 1994. The album included his hit duet with Nadine Sutherland on “Action”. Another popular track on the album was “Gangster’s Anthem” and the album featured other artists such as Wayne Wonder, Daddy Screw, Maxi Priest, Brian Gold, Tony Gold and Gary Minott. In that same year, he recorded “Terror” which was produced by Bobby Digital and he also performed at the Reggae Sunsplash. I 1996, Campbell released another album and he made appearances on recordings including En Vogue – “Runaway Love”, Luciano – “In This Together” and Third World – “Legal”. In 2005, Campbell performed at the Portmore Awards Show.