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Born and raised in the notorious Trenchtown and Arnett Gardens area of Kingston Jamaica, Christopher Campbell, now known as Norris Man had Bob Marley as a hometown hero to inspire his immersion in the musical arena as a young boy Norris Man (known because of his enthusiasm for karate king Chuck Norris) would sit under a tree to write his own songs of redemption Feeling music within him, Norris could not ignore his gift to sing and perform in Kingston Ballrooms of his youth, older sound boys would hoist the ten-year old Norris on top of a Guinness box and give him the microphone to move up the dance That experience lit the musical fire for this ghetto youth From his musical journey began

When he matured Norris Man fick on sound systems in town with his unique toasting and singing style By age 22 he began recording songs in some of Kingston? most reputable recording studios such as Black Scorpio, Leggo and Celestial Sounds Studio in mid-nineties, Norris found himself fully committed to his faith as a Rastafarian in which he experienced a change in his consciousness to a higher spiritual and musical level, he created lyrical content that became more potent social more uplifting and more meaningful with this devotion, he recorded "Love and Affection" at Buju Banton? Cell Block Studio's From Norris Man went on to Celestial Sounds studio to record "Congo Shanty" and "Ever-living soul" when he met some of their most prolific producers to date: IleyDread of Kings of Kings, Richard "Bello" Bell refrains Trail Records and Colin McGregor of Jah Scout Records During this period, Norris Man, with the help of Cordele "Estimate" Burrell? A golden touch on the mixing console in his groundbreaking songs: "Persistence" "stick to your faith" and "Bad Road" all on "Persistence" album at Sting 98 (Jamaica? Biggest dancehall show) Norris conducted Man "Persistence" his biggest hit in the dancehall market so far nor the songs "keep your faith" and "Bad Road" are revered as reggae anthems

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