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By that time he had stopped working for Yabby You, and started to record for Henry “Junjo” Lawes. The most successful producer of the early eighties, succesfully steered Michael Prophet towards dancehall popularity. “Gunman”, voiced in response to the violent Jamaican elections of that year, became the singer’s biggest hit. After two albums with “Junjo” Lawes, he freelanced with varying success, recording for producers such as Don Mais, Satta Blue, Al Campbell, Sugar Minott, Winston “Niney” Holness, and Winston Riley. During the first half of the eighties he cemented his status as one of Jamaica’s most popular singers. By 1986 he was recording for Delroy Wright’s Live & Learn label, then left Jamaica for Miami, where he briefly voiced for Skengdon.

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