Glendon Bailey was born 13 March, 1952 in Kingston. He worked on U-Roy’s King Sturgav Hi-Fi sound system and was taken to King Jammy’s studio in Waterhouse by Josey Wales. He started a string of hits with a duet with Chaka Demus, “One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer”, which was followed by “Politician” (based on Larry Marshall’s 1969 hit “Throw Me Corn”), “Chatty Chatty Mouth”, “Ballot Box” (with Josey Wales) and, in 1987, the slack “Punaany” which was initially banned from radio play until it was re-recorded with a less offensive lyric, retitled “Healthy Body”.
His debut album, Kill Them With It, was released in 1987 and he went on to record for producers such as Papa Biggy and Donovan Germain. He recorded further for Penthouse Records (“Help”) in 1990 and Bobby Digital (“Ah Nuh Sin”) in 1991. In 1993, he began working with Jammy again. In the 1990s he became known as a “clean” deejay, eschewing the slackness of many of his contemporaries. He recorded with Byron Lee on some of the latter’s big soca hits, and even starred in television commercials for banks.