Norris Man is a struggling reggae singer with deep Rastafarian beliefs. He was born Christopher Campbell and grew up in the Trenchtown and Arnett Gardens sections of Kingston, Jamaica. When he was ten, he hung around recording studios and dances where he was often solicited to get the crowd going. A singer and a DJ, Norris Man’s influences run the gamut from Lionel Richie to Papa San. He speaks in a thick Jamaican accent, and is difficult to understand, but sings with amazing clarity. Norris Man started recording in his teens, but the records never drew much attention. To his dismay, stardom was harder to achieve than expected. Persevering through many trials and tribulations, including being gypped and beat down, he continued nonstop toward his goal.
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