Yami Bolo One of the freshest dancehall reggae artiste
Dancehall Reggae artiste Yami Bolo. Born Rolando Ephraim McLean on October 1, 1970 in Kingston, Jamaica.
He started out in music as a member of reggae singer Sugar Minott's Youth Promotion Crew in the 1980s. He also got some help from his Grandmother.
His first major stage show was at the St Andrew Technical High School, He was then only Thirteen (13) years old.
At the age of 17 Bolo was touring the world with Augustos Pablo's
One of his biggest single is "When A Man's In Love". It is still being played in dancehall sessions and night clubs.
With a Career now spanning over Three decades, Yami has worked with some of the best producers in dancehall reggae business, producers such as Augustos Pablo, Sir Coxsone Dodd, Lee Scratch Perry,
Sly and Robbie, Clive Hunt among many others.
This conscious singer songwriter and musician is committed to singing, writing and recording positive and conscious uplifting music and Lyrics.
Bolo has recorded and released over ten (10) albums with the latest "Blood Diamonds Dub Set". It was released in 2008.
He is an Ambassador for reggae music and also a Rastafarian.
This has led him to conduct Rastafari cultural studies at Suny and MIT university in the USA.
He continues to garner new friends and Fans throughout the world in places such as Japan, USA and Europe.