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Talex Daynjah drops "Free Worl Boss' song to support Vybz Kartel Featured

Entertainment News Written by  PHLEXX Monday, 12 August 2013 06:45 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Born Alex Anthony Harris on July 20,1989, Talex Daynjah is the first of five children for his mother who was a business woman, and his father an taxi operator. Orginally from the Irish Pen Area in Spanish Town St. Catherine, he formed the Daynjah Squad Empire, which consists of him, Ishane, Flames Daynjah and Oneil Daynjah.
Talex Daynjah attended the Eltham High School where he had the misfortune of being expelled (for keeping "bad company") while in the 5th form. It was from as far back as 2002, while still attending Eltham High , that Talex Daynjah special love for music began. After watching a tape of Sting 1993 with the infamous clash between Beenie Man and Bounty Killer "Talex Daynjah" immediately got his mind set on becoming a deejay. Soon after watching the Sting 1993 tape, he began re-enacting the clash for classmates and friends, many of whom recognised his talent from as far as back then. He started writing his own lyrics. After being expelled, he went on to learn a skill at a small welding institution and started working as an apprentice welder. While working at the institution for almost three years he always finds the time to sing and write songs, he was encouraged by his mentor to take his music career seriously and get it going; he did just that. He met Smokey Hype and recorded his first single "Nah Laugh" in November 2008 on smokey's Spanish Mob label. Soon after , he began working with Delroy Graham of Homeless Production, and in early 2009 he became a popular performer at a weekly event called "Bomb Squad Fridaze" where he got some recognition and also had an opportunity to work on his performance skills. He recorded songs like "Come Back Girl", "Cya Believe Mi Fren Dem Gone", "Dagga Dat" ft Nana Hyce and "Hustler Anthem". More recently he has had "Free Worl Boss" on the Better Must Come Instrumental, "Back It Up" on the Hear Mi Out Instrumental and lots more. Look out for more big things from Talex Daynjah in the near future.
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