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The Jazz Cafe, UK, London (14/Jun/2019) Artist Biography
Iyael Lyases Tafari Constable (born 14 March 1978, Hackney, London, England), better known as Glamma Kid, is a toaster and former Royal Air Force trainee of part-Jamaican descent. He had two top 10 hits in 1999.
During the 1990s, Glamma Kid was featured on productions by UK producers Mafia & Fluxy. Glamma Kid has performed live with Grace Jones on her hit single "My Jamaican Guy" on UK television for BBC Windrush. In 1997, Glamma Kid appeared on BBC Radio 1 rap show with Tim Westwood. In 1998, he was awarded the Best Reggae Act at the MOBO Awards.
He has had two UK Top 10 hits, "Taboo" and "Why". He also teamed up with UK dance duo Basement Jaxx to produce "Fly Life". His song called "Ladies Knight" was a collaboration with UK reggae singer Maxi Priest and interpolates Kool and the Gang's "Ladies Night".
Glamma Kid collaborated on a song with Beenie Man and Jamelia titled "Bling Bling Bling". In 2012, Glamma Kid released a single titled "Middle Name" featuring Tugga War.Wide ThumbClearartFanartBanner User Comments