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The magnetic brilliance of front man Dynamite MC began developing with his childhood influences spanning early Motown, and reggae. Later drawn to fledgling hip hop and house clubs, by the time rave and drum & bass broke he was already deeply absorbed by the scene.

Initially harbouring ambitions to be a DJ, Dynamite discovered he couldn't afford an early set of turntables and opted for the next best thing. A natural on the mic, he was already a jobbing MC when he met Roni Size and Krust in a club in '93. Impressed by the way in which Dynamite captured the attention of the crowd, Size asked him to accompany some early DJ sets and Dynamite rapidly became a regular with the Full Cycle DJs on their nocturnal turntable exploits. Immediately convincing as a front man, he slipped into the mix like a third turntable, hyping the crowds and elevating the already unique sonic experience with his lyrics and rhymes.

Dynamite became an integral part of the Roni Size Reprazent live experience, perfecting a dynamic live juxtaposition with singer Onallee. Having developed his style considerably, he headed the first 2 singles from Reprazent's In the Mode album Who Told You and Dirty Beats, both Top 20 hits in the charts. Subsequently signed to Talkin Loud as a solo artist in his own right, Dynamite MC started recording his debut album The World of Dynamite. When Talkin Loud was closed down by Universal, Dynamite took the decision to finish the album and release it himself, forming his own label Strong Records to do so. Using the cream of producers from drum'n'bass (Roni Size, Zinc, Andy C, Marky) through to hip-hop (Stone, Skitz) and fellow vocalists MC Skibadee and Jamiacan dancehall artist Elephant Man, The World of Dynamite was a landmark for UK urban music and garnered fantastic reviews on release in 2004.

Since then, Dynamite MC has become one of the worlds top live MC's, touring the world with Roni Size, Gilles Peterson, Scratch Perverts, Zinc and Marky as well as doing his own shows. Now heavily involved in writing and recording his second album for release in 2006, Dynamite has also recently featured on singles from the Nextmen, Zinc and the Scratch Perverts.