Dujon Edwards, born on 8 Septemeber 1994 in Jamaica, is a dancehall and reggae recording artist and DJ. He caused a huge stir with the well-known partying songs like “Clarks Pon Foot” and “Weh Dem Ago Duh.” He was a part of Y.G.F Record’s list and teamed up with Mouth Bad Man. Edwards had done a lot of work for various music projects like producing and collaborations. Tracks like “Money Weh Yuh Tun” was done on the Kwashana Records’ Mama Koka rhythm and “Which Part Mi Grow”, as well was done on the Pressure rhythm. When Edwards was 10 years of age, he was fond of making beats on his classroom desk and this is when his music career commenced and started shaping up. Prodded on by loved ones to pursue music and vigorously affected by dancehall stalwarts, for example, Vybz Kartel, Buju Banton, and Shabba Ranks Jahvillani immovably subscribed to doing music as a profession. Jahvillani’s coordinated effort with Y.G.F Records and Sassaine Records has prompted singles, for example, RIP on the Dreamers Passion rhythm, Gal Come Over on the Quick Touch rhythm, Mouth Bad Man and Party Kick Ova. His latest music video titled “Rubberband” was released on 24 January 2020. So far so good, it’s doing pretty well.