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Prince Jabba was born Devon Anthony Jackson on November 30, 1970 in Westmoreland, Jamaica.

He was first a drummer, at age 13, in a local gospel\group called "Soul Seekers". At the age of 14, Jabba began spinning records on sound system and at nightclubs. He was also involved in track and field and soccer in high school.

During his teenage years, Jabba volunteered to sing a song in a school talent show representing his class that did not show up for the contest. He took first place and realized that he may have the ability to carry a note.

After leaving school, in 1988, Jabba went to live in Kingston, where he was introduced to a dancehall DJ that encouraged him to become an entertainer. Jabba started writing dancehall lyrics but never performed until he came to U.S.

He was introduced to the local reggae music by Paul McGee and his brother, Lynval Jackson, who are prominent members of the reggae music scene. His Brother Lynval is also featured on a single of his newly released Loverman CD.

Having shared the stage with artist such as DMX, Do or Die Shinehead, Freddy McGregor, Lucky Dube, Super Cat, Angelique Kidjo, Tony Rebel just to name a few. Prince Jabba has developed his own distinctive vocal style and with his racy and very sexual live dancehall performance Prince Jabba has establish himself as one of the Midwest favorite entertainer.

Jabba has recorded with Troy Hudson of the Minnesota Timberwolves and the legendary Hall of Famer, The Artist, Prince.


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