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Michael Kennedy, 1972, Cockburn Pen, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Kennedy began his career performing on various local sound systems, building a solid reputation as a dancehall singer. His influences included local heroes Frankie Paul, Tenor Saw and ragga DJ Supercat. His popularity led to recording sessions that produced his biggest hit, Centre Of Attraction, alongside combination hits with Lieutenant Stitchie (Dont Deny Me) and Beenie Man and Black Pearl (Bag It Up). Lukie D joined the Firehouse Crew, noted for fostering the careers of Luciano and Sizzla. While with the Firehouse crew he released his debut, Centre Of Attraction, featuring combinations with Mikey Spice and DJ Determine. He also released a series of hits, including I Wont Let You Go, Lonely Nights, Let Me Love You Now, Heavy Load and Youve Got It Going. His success allowed him to...