Ricardo Fraser, born on 7 April 1988, in Enfield St. Mary, Jamaica, is a dancehall recording artist. When he was 14years old he moved with his mum and siblings to Spanish town. He discovered his passion for music as a 14-year-old as he drew his inspiration from Spragga Benz. Fraser would write songs and his lyrics were such that they would lift him up and keep him positive because him being the 4th child of 7 children, he realized he became the bread-winner and joined construction as a means of paying the bills for the family. Upon meeting in 2009, Aidonia facilitated Fraser’s musical career to move up faster and more doors opened for him. After having left Aidoina and his crew, “Chilling time” produced by Justus and Roach JA production in 2011 became a smashing hit done on the Overproof Rhythm. Fraser has done a good number of collaborations with various talented and popular artists over the years. In 2017, he signed up with Real Live Records and they have worked on different projects during that year. Real Live Records was manned by Gregg, who was the record producer at the time. Some of the songs released were “Something Like Suh”, “Think Again” and “Your Love”. Real Live Records released a fresh style called the Hataclaps rhythm. The compilation featured Gregg, Cregis, Raine Seville, Navino, and other artists. Fraser has done some music videos over the years to date. “Nuh Peace” video was released 1 January 2018, in Aril 2019 it was “Prosper” and the latest was “Nah Sweet” which his fans are loving thus far.