5. Ce’ Cile
Ce’ Cile grew up in Jamaica in Porus and Mile Gully, and spent most of her youth in Mandeville, where her grandfather had previously been mayor
Ce’ Cile discovered music through a friend of her father, Michael “Ibo” Cooper from the reggae band Third World and brought out her first single “Beat Of Her Heart”.
She added her own style to classical reggae and took it toward dancehall. In 1995, Steven Ventura, the owner of Celestial Sound Recordings, noticed her.
Then followed a period where she worked as a studio manager and recorded multiple demo tapes.
She also appeared on stage as a backing vocalist for various bands, as well as writing and producing songs with artists such as Jah Mason & Chrisinti.