Razz and Biggy the Hummer of Dancehall and Reggae music

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Razz and Biggy

Razz and Biggy

Razz and Biggy also known as the hummer of dancehall and reggae music.

The duo who's real names are Sean Cousley and Richard McGrath made their intention clear from as early as ninth Grade while attending Kingston College (KC). They would collect records on a regular basis.

Before Razz and Biggy they were apart of Uptempo Sound System which consist of a third member of the group name Kaniel "K9" Brown, Brown later migrated to study abroad.

The duo then got a job as deejays on Guardian Disco, while there they rock parties uptown and downtown.

On December 15, 2000 with the help of their manager Tarik Zawdie of Swell Arts & Entertainment they decided to leave Guardian Disco and started working under the now famous name Razz and Biggy.

From that time until now they have been spreading the musical energy and the unique party vybz all over the globe. They have gone to the United States, Antigua, St Lucia, Bahamas, St Vincent and the list goes on.

On their website www.razznbiggy.com there are numbers of mixtapes which you can download for free.

This dynamic duo not only plays dancehall and reggae, they plays all different genres of music.

The two possess that rare harmonious dynamic quality, in a nutshell they work excellently together.

Here is a clip of the Duo Razz and Biggy in action..
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