"Zamunda" or should we say Christopher Gayle?. Born on July 30th 1985 in a small town called Seville Heights, St Ann Jamaica.
Most people will recall the name from the movie "Coming to America" starring Eddie Murphy.
He started out in the music business as a DJ at tender age of five (5). He wrote his first song at age seven (7), titled "There Is Only Love".
When he was sixteen (16) years old, he decided that music will be his choice as a career.
He soon discovered that he could sing and decided to take it on full time, and that's what he is currently doing. He is currently sign to Fearless Sound Label. This Label is mostly dedicated to positive upcoming artists.
He's now a household name in Jamaica and the Caribbean, with hits such as "Jah Love, Rebel, Caan Programme Mi, Obeah Dem A Work and 9-5".
In a recent interview he said "I enjoy entertaining people from all over and wants to take reggae music to the world".
Shows such as Rebel Salute, Island Explosion, Tivoli Jamboree and Full Clip has already being blessed with his performance.
Reggae Sumfest the greatest reggae show on earth will be welcoming him this year 2010. He is set to perform on dancehall night July 22nd.
Born in Seville Heights, St. Ann, on July 30, 1985, Christopher ..Zamunda’ Gayle is carrying the flag for revolutionary reggae music with his soulful harmonies and well-written songs.
He wrote his first song at the age of seven, a song called ..There is Only Love’, and by the age of 16, music had begun to dominate all of his career choices. “Music has been a part of my life from birth as I have been deejaying from the age of five in my community and other places in Jamaica.
I realized that I could sing at the age of 19 and I then decided that I would sing rather than deejay. Music is really what I want and love,” he explained. “I enjoy entertaining people from all over.
I want to take reggae to the world,” he said. He has recently been appearing on a few shows, stamping his class on such shows as Island Explosion, Full Clip and Tivoli Jamboree. ‘”I have also promoted the show Yaad Man Link Up where I also did my thing,” he said.
He has been interviewed on TVJ, RE TV, HYPE TV and Fiwi TV on the strength of his single ..Jah Love’, and he boasts that “Jah love surrounds me/no pagan can go round me” continues to resonate with the Rastafarian faithful. “Ah just Jah works, I will continue to do the music and feed the souls and minds of the people,” he said. Jah’s love surrounds him still.