Wayne Marshall

Born Wayne Mitchell on 9 April 1980 in Barbican Heights, Kingston Jamaica, Wayne Marshall is a Jamaican Reggae ad Dancehall artist. He attended Wolmer’s Boy’s School. He spent most of his childhood years in downtown Kingston until his father’s business venture resulted in a move to Spanish Town. Here, their home was close to King Jammy’s and Marshall was befriended by King Jammy’s sons which resulted in Marshall frequenting King Jammy’s studios.

His career established in 2001 when he toured the USA with Bounty Killer and they recorded hits like ‘Reggae Music Keep Playing’, ‘Smoke Clears’, and ‘Hot Girls’. Marshall released his debut solo album titled ‘Marshall Law’ in 2003 and it was recorded on VP Records. He went on to release the album ‘Forbidden Fruit in 2004 followed by ‘Tru Story’ which was released by Federation Sound in 2008. In 2009, he featured in Jamie Foxx’s ‘Blame It’ remix, and in 2010 he released a single titled ‘Messing with my heart’ which featured Mavado.

In 2011, Marshall collaborated with British artist Toddla T on ‘Streets So Warm’ which was released as the 3rd single from his album ‘Watch Me Dance’. He recorded Tru-Colours in 2013 which was produced by Damian Marley and was released in January of 2014 and at the same time, an EP with the same name was released in December of 2013. In 2014, Marshall recorded ‘Jamaican Mannaz’ for the organization Do Good Jamaica. He is especially famous for his collaborations with Beenie Man, Sean Paul, and Elephant Man.