Known for such reggae and soca strikes as “Leap” and “Tempted to Touch,” this German-born, Barbados-based musician released such Atlantic Details albums as 1 in 1 and Keep a note. While attending sentence structure college in Barbados, he was the 1993 champ from the Richard Stoute Teenager Talent Competition. Significantly less than a decade afterwards, he released his first well-known single, “Glaciers Cream.” He researched graphical design at Barbados Community University and briefly proved helpful in marketing before learning to be a full-time musician. Delivered Rupert Clarke to some German mother along with a Caribbean dad, he was raised in Germany, Britain, and Barbados. He and R&B vocalist Hal Linton both got Barbadian roots.