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Skerrit Bwoy

(Mad Decent, Major Lazer, Ghetto Life Entertainment )

Country: Antigua / New York

Genres: Dancehall

Skerrit Bwoy - Front man of Major Lazer

Every generation there comes an undeniable talent, that changes the face of entertainment. In the Bronx, SKERRIT BWOY along with his GHETTO LIFE ENTERTAINMENT is ushering in a dancehall renaissance. Dedicated, talented, original, & unpredictable are juss a few words that come to mind after spending five minuets at one of his shows.

If you have yet to visit the Bronx, don’t worry because the voice of the Bronx is well on its way to you. “Short, black, an’ ugly” is how he introduces himself. SKERRIT BWOY a.k.a. MR. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE exploded on the international dancehall scene in 2005, with his sound system GHETTO LIFE.

Celebrated for his maniacal, competitive style, and supercharged comical juggling, this likkle bwoy is one of the most loved and feared in the business. "Ooooh Wooooh" can be heard spewed throughout rammed dancehalls, accompanied by custom dub plates, 45 LPs, & side-splitting chatter. Many dread their initial meeting of SKERRIT BWOY, while others look forward to his vibrant spirit.

"SKERRIT BWOY" is History in the making. Recently the Bronx based selector has spearheaded "GHETTO LIFE SOUND" into being awarded Star Crew Entertainment “BRONX SOUND OF THE YEAR”. 2005 - 2008 also found SKERRIT BWOY entertaining venues in Antigua, Barbuda, St. Kitts, Jamaica, Anguilla, Montserrat, Germany, Canada, Germany, and a host of other countries, islands, and cities.

His vibrant spirit, animation, and interaction are what draw everyone’s attention to this deejay. So much attention, that he has been featured in a wide array of media. Among some of these are: FADER MAGAZINE issue 54, with a full page spread. The Japanese video game “SWAGGER” as the main caracter. As a model in the Jamaican Street magazine, Back a Yard (Issue 6). Such DVDs as: Who is Baddest on the Dance Floor: Vol. 1 (Japan), I.R.T. Riddimz (New York), & Lyric DVD Magazine (Canada). Not to mention his personal documentary, “TEMPORARY SANITY” a Dan Brunn film, release on Friday, June 29th 2007, at the 10th Annual RAI Film Festival in England.