Sheldon Campbell, Mannings Hill Road, Jamaica, West Indies. Turbulence is widely acknowledged as being discovered by Philip Fatis Burrell, although his first recording, Keep It Going, was actually recorded with Sky High. Turbulences initial foray into the Jamaican music industry faltered and it was not until 2000 that he enjoyed notoriety with Burrells Exterminator crew having recorded Word Wid It in 1999. Widely considered a sing-jay he effectively combined ragga, hip-hop and R&B that resulted in a unique style. Turbulences sound leaned heavily towards the US market and led to unwarranted trepidation from the purists. The Exterminator crew also featured artists such as Sizzla and Prince Malachi with whom Turbulence toured in the summer of 2000. The tour covered Europe and included a highly acclaimed appearance at the Montreux International Jazz Festival. In the same year he released Where...