His controlled falsetto has more in common with veteran Jamaican singers Pat Kelly and Junior Murvin than with Sizzla or Luciano, the latter whose styles constitute the current reggae vocal paradigm; while his lyrics -- eschewing the repetitive one-love rhymes and ganja glorification that has dulled the diversity of roots music -- sparkle with the subtleties that characterize great storytelling. With only three singles released in the past year, I Wayne has emerged from obscurity to become one of Jamaican music's... More >>>