Code Red Sound System
Code Red Sound System
Code Red Sound system was started back in 2001 as part of the wave of new sounds to emerge in the post 90's dancehall and reggae music scene.
It quickly set itself apart, by deinitively becoming the most creative and fastest growing sound system in Jamaica.
Within their first year, they were booked on almost all of the biggest events on the dancehall scene in Jamaica.
The founding members of Code Red Sound System are Master Lee and Dj Rush. Edward Collins a.k.a. Master Lee was formerly with the Travelers sound system.
DJ Rush aka ZJ Rush is a member of one of Jamaica's top radio station Zip 103 FM.
Master Lee and DJ Rush (ZJ Rush) was later joined by Dj Lank, Blade and Chris Dymond. These are the current member of the Code Red Sound System.
Code Red has played in every parish of Jamaica, and has toured the world, playing in Barbados, Bermuda, St. Croix, St Thomas VI, Cayman Islands, Belize, New York, Atlanta, Miami, Boston, Chicago, London, Ottawa, Toronto and many places in between alongside all the great names in the business.
Code Red has numerous influences.. like: Stone Love, Tony Matterhorn,
DJ Ray Double R, Dj Kid Capri, DJ Silver D, Renaissance,
Black Chiney, and Mighty Crown
pretty much sum up the sounds and DJ's that have influenced Code Red over the years.
This year Code Red celebrates its 10th anniversary.
For booking please ontact:
General Manager Master Lee -- 3994183 or 3667816 or
Booking Agent: Irish and ChinReturn to Sound Systems page from here
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