"The most current 1990s Dancehall Artist"
Mad Cobra (Ewart Everton Brown) aka Mr Flex was born on March 31, 1968 in Kingston Jamaica.
Like most of the top dancehall artists, Cobra started out deejaying on local sound systems in his area.
He got the name from the character in the GI Joe comic books. His first studio recorded single was "Respect Woman", released in 1989. It was produce by his uncle Delroy Thompson on Tuff Gong Label.
Cobra's first hit was "Nah Go Work" feat Tricia McKay. This was followed by a string of hits such as, Shoot to Kill, Merciless Bad Boy, Ze Tarrus, Bad Boy Talk, Press Trigger, Tek him, Feeling Lonely feat Beres Hammond among many others.
Most of the top dancehall and reggae music producers has done work with him, producers such as Tuff Gong, Vp Records, King Jammy, Bobby Digital, Columbia Records, Donovan Germain, Dave Kelly and Penthouse Records.
Most of his "Cobra's" lyrics was Gun related, but lately he has done a mixture of music.
To-date (2010) Cobra has recorded and released over nineteen (19) albums.
Even though he started recording in the 1980s, he's still a force to be reckoned with in the dancehall industry today.
He became popular worldwide through his chart topping hit "Flex" which was released in 1991-92.
On May 12, 2010, Cobra was shot three times in his upper body, but he servived and he is still recording and producing Hot dancehall music.
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