When you hear the name Alkamis you will hear a crooner’s voice that is set to hold its own in Jamaica’s music both at home and abroad.
He started singing at an early age. He song at churches,stage shows, he even entered talent contests. Alkamis is about clean amplified music on various topics from history to current affairs, whether in dancehall or reggae one drop style.
His real name is Orlando Johnson was born June 1, 1983 in Lampard, a fruitful farming district situated in the parish of Clarendon Jamaica. His parents Doreen Campbell and Kerville Johnson are alive and he has 2 sister and 7 seven brothers.
He was raised by his grand parents Albertha and James Campbell at the above address and attended the Lampard Basic School at age 3 then moved on to Frankfield Primary School spend 6 years, pass for Edwin Allen High spend 5 years then graduated.
He have been around a few big names like Barrington Levy, gumption, and Michael Fairman/askhelle who has helped to groom his career.
In 2010 he was introduced to producers of Push Hitz Records; Delano Smith and Desmond Hepburn by a family member named Yvette Johnson. He had three hits songs recorded to release in 2011 such as “No Love Again”, “Faith Inside” and “Can’t Stop Loving You”, soon after several other hits like “Rain on me”, “Forever”, ”My Turn”, and so on.
He was inspired to do music by Beres Hammond, Spragga Benz and Wayne Wonder; He would love to collaborate with Alaine and daddy U-Roy.
He has performed at Stars among Stars, Miss Edwin Allen, Eastern Promotional Enterprise concerts in Kingston and Montego Bay.
His parents Doreen Campbell and Kerville Johnson are alive and he has 2 sister and seven brothers.
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