Wayne Marshall is an award winning solo singer, songwriter influenced by music as diverse as reggae, Soul and contemporary R&B. Wayne cites musical influences and singers such as Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley and Otis Redding to be huge inspirations.
His first paid performance was at the age of 12 where his first reggae music productions were at school (which were played on an international sound system called (Jah Tubby's). Two years after leaving school he scored his first of 4 top five reggae chart songs, witnessing his two performing partners follow shortly after. Wayne would later go on to then produce top 30 and top 40 National Chart singles, he also has occupied the No. 1 spot on the Urban music charts for over 11 weeks and won numerous awards for Best Single, Best Album, Best Newcomer, Best Male Artist.
Although his songs were considered controversial at the time, he received extensive magazine and newspaper coverage and has been featured on the front covers appearing in the following publications: The Face, Blues and Soul magazine, Echoes, Touch Magazine, The Voice newspaper, New Nation, Caribbean Times, Music Week, Sunday Mirror, The Jamaica Observer and the Sun newspaper. He has also appeared at major venues internationally alongside other major acts such as R-Kelly, Beverly Knight, Omar, Caron Wheeler, Gwen McRae, Jodeci, Busta Rhymes and Beenie Man.
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