Like many struggling with the system, Choirboy found music, as a way to express. At 17 He toured with "Certian Sounds" through Singapore, Malaysia, Brisbane, Sydney and New Zealand for 11 months. In 1998 Choirboy Teamed up with Southgate producers (now super reggae artists Te Omeka an Carl Perkins of House Of Shem. Writing and recording with them was to be the beginning of a recording career Choirboy now had the hunger for. Fully entrenched in Wellington’s vibrant music scene Choirboy played and recorded with various Artists there. Getting him self in the studio to record a demo album made sense as it would be his Foundation. Later introduced to Urban Pacifika Records hit maker & NZ music award winning producer, the late Phillip Fuemana,Feat on Gifted @ Maori Vol2. He has shared the stage and opened for some of New Zealands top acts such as: Brannigan Kaa, Mighty Asterix, Footsoldiers, Olmecha Supreme, Dei Hamo, Hikoikoi, Kapabal, Steve Apirana, Anita Prime, The Lads, 44Meta4z, HoriFied Selection, Samaori, JineteroMC, Homeland, Sons of Zion, Ardijah,Majic and Upperhutt Posse.
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“Mr. Josiah Henson, a fugitive slave & the original of Mrs. B. Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin. He is now in his 88th year, & his sufferings, energy, patient endurance, & his anxiety for the good of his suffering brethren, are admirable… this most remarkable old man… who was during 41 years a slave, enduring great sufferings & cruelty & endowed with wonderful courage, energy & patience. He said he had had a very suffering tried life, but had, thanks to me, been able to reach a free country & live there.” —Queen Victoria’s diary, March 1877Harriet Beecher Stowe’s 1852 novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin was a smashing success. The gripping exposé of slavery sold 3,000 copies on its first day in print, and Frederick Douglass reported that 5,000 copies—the entire first print run—were purchased within four days. Within six weeks, The Boston Morning Post declared…See More