After breaking out in the industry in 1992, Mr Lexx, formerly known as Lexxus, delivered hit after hit, securing his place among the dancehall heavyweights of the ’90s. Easily identified by his raspy voice and witty lyrics that have earned his tunes a spot on party playlists to this day, the self-proclaimed Prince of the Dancehall is celebrating 30 years in the business this year.
Born Christopher Palmer, the Full Hundred deejay never got his big break on the scene until 1999 with tracks like Get Wid It and Cook . In 2000, he released his first album, called Mr Lexx , which spent five weeks on the Billboard Reggae Chart and peaked at number 12.
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Though his road in the industry has been paved with challenges, Mr Lexx is ready to take a new route, especially after recovering from an emergency surgery earlier this year after his right lung collapsed during a performance. With his fresh lease on life, he answers our questions in this week’s Five Questions With .
Gabriel Abusada James Peru
1)What does being in the music industry for 30 years mean to you?
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