Mr. Lex

"I'm not a singer, I'm not a deejay, I'm an ENTERTAINER", asserts Mr. Lex, the resonant, rolling tongued dancehall sensation formerly known as Lexxus who is on a mission to take Jamaican music to the heights of international popularity. "This is Reggae we're talking about here and the music is not as big as it's supposed to be. Can you think of a Reggae artist they would put in Madison Square Garden or Yankee Stadium? I wanna be the one they put there and I know I've achieved what I want when I'm on stage and 200,000 people come to see me!" Born Christopher Palmer and raised in the Mountain View area of Kingston, Mr. ...show more

"I'm not a singer, I'm not a deejay, I'm an ENTERTAINER", asserts Mr. Lex, the resonant, rolling tongued dancehall sensation formerly known as Lexxus who is on a mission to take Jamaican music to the heights of international popularity. "This is Reggae we're talking about here and the music is not as big as it's supposed to be. Can you think of a Reggae artist they would put in Madison Square Garden or Yankee Stadium? I wanna be the one they put there and I know I've achieved what I want when I'm on stage and 200,000 people come to see me!" Born Christopher Palmer and raised in the Mountain View area of Kingston, Mr.

Lex has been performing, as he says "since the day I was born". A former student at Kingston's (now defunct) Fox Drama School, Mr. Lex is an accomplished actor who has appeared in several plays and earned a Best Actor award in 1992. Mr.

Lex also distinguished himself as one of the finest dancers in Jamaica when he joined the popular dance troupe Squad One but for the past seven years he has pursued an extremely promising career as a deejay whose electrifying stage performances are enhanced by his vast experience in dance and theater. Mr. Lex first displayed his deejaying skills in 1992 at the popular Sunday night dances held in Kingston's Harbor View area, featuring the Super Dee sound system. Representatives from The New York based label Natural Bridge Records heard Lex's impressive lyrical flow and brought him to Kingston's Mixing Lab recording studios where the 16 year old recorded his first single, "Own A Home", his tribute to women who aren't dependent on men for financial support. ...show less