Terry is now credited as being one of the pioneers of the early dancehall scene in Barbados, along with, Kid Site, Jesse James(d), Fatman(d), Ras Mikey, Lil Rick, Peter Ram, Derrick Inglish, along with countless others, too numerous to mention here.
Upon his arrival back to England in 1990, Terry continued his musical journey in the form of Dj-ing at parties and pubs, also working with several producers dabbling in genres from soul, lovers rock to dancehall, it was in the latter style that Terry won the Nubian Spotlight dancehall competition and gave him the opportunity to work with the late Trevor 'Juggling' T(d).
Terry continued throughout the nineties and noughties Dj-ing at private parties, clubs and corporate shindigs in the city and beyond to as far as the Home Counties and Wales.
Being in such close proximity to the music which he loved, it was only inevitable that the desire for making music will arise again.
After looking forward to this for so long, have come away so disappointed, it pains.
This was a total travesty and hash job of a portrayal of an artform and scene to which I'm encapsulated by.
Who was responsible for the research on this? Casting was haphazard in places too, not to mention the annoying mic man on the sound system portrayed by the usually 'okay-ish' actor Kadeem Ramsay and his out of sync (by decades) mic banter, using phrases more akin to late 90s bashment sound system era and as such, was not reflective nor evoked memories of a proper blues dance.
The only demographic I can imagine giving this the thumbs up, are white liberals in an effort to appear to be 'down with the program', no pun intended.