Dan Dexx

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Kirk Cornelius Brown, aka Dan Dexx, was born on the 14th of April, 1976 in the Parish of Kingston at Victoria Jubilee Hospital. This budding artist lived at 33 St. Joseph Road in Kingston Area 13 until the age of nine when his mother passed away. Following this tragedy, he moved in with his grandmother in Bethel Town, Westmoreland.

Dan Dexx attended the Bethel Town All Age school and later the Cambridge Secondary School. Once again tragedy struck when his grandmother, brother and cousin passed away in a bus accident when he was just 16 years old.

Again he moved, to live with his friend, David in Barry Town, St. James until 1999 when he moved back to Kingston with the intention of pursuing a career in music.
Music was something he had in him as far back as 1993 while he worked as a baker. In his free time, he would write lyrics. He took a break from his day job to perfect his art. In 1997, Dan Dexx appeared at Pier One in Montego Bay. After this, he went on to do a host of other shows island wide.

In 2000, he recorded songs such as "More than One Gal", "Gun to Mi Forehead" and "Nash Good" at Mixing Lab Studios. These songs were released in the U.S.A. and other countries.

In 2001, he voiced "Wiser Man" at Grafton Studios for Mikey Bennett.

In 2002, Dan Dexx recorded "Mi Family" and "Hold Yu Head High" for Di Next Generation Production, which is getting airplay on Irie F.M. and several other radio stations.

In 2003, Dan Dexx was a part of the Ready Fi Bus Crew managed by Louise Frazer Bennett until she passed away.
After that, he joined up with Ras Carey and King Kazoo to form a group called Music Knowledge.

In 2003, Music Knowledge performed at Champions in Action at Port More and in Galahs, St. Thomas and in 2004, they recorded their first group song "Love Rastafari".

They also performed at Emancipation Park in 2004 and in that same year, they did a series of shows in St. James, St. Mary, Port Land and Westmoreland.

In 2005, they teamed up with Mr. Gogan, a producer and they recorded three songs for him: "Don't You Worry", "Better Days are Coming" and "Life Is". That same year, they performed at Bob Marley's birthday bash in Trench Town and they also performed at Sting, the greatest one night show on earth and at Kanza in Maroon Town.

In 2006, they teamed up with Dean Frazer and recorded five songs: "Stop the Gun Shot", "I Will Never Give Away My Culture", "Love Can Set Us Free", "Government" and "We A Di Fire". They also recorded songs for other producers like Scubbi: "If Life Was A Thing" and Lenard Brown, one of the group members, who helped to record "A Buck A Woman In Love With Me". They also performed at Bob Marley's birthday bash in 2006 and 2007.

The group motto is "The Sky is the Limit".


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