Reggie Stepper: From Then Till Now (The Interview)
Deejay Reggie Stepper, real name Reginald Williams, started his recording career in the second half of the ’80s. The digital riddims of the time provided an excellent backing for his vocal outbursts. For producer Winston Riley he cut an outstanding 12” single on the “Stalag” riddim. In 1990, he managed to voice the highly acclaimed album “Kim Bo King” for producers Piper Mason and Lord Zeljko. His track “Drum Pan Sound” was featured in the video game “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” on the “K-Jah West” radio station, by Rockstar Games.
Reggie Stepper pulled up to the Entertainment Report Podcast for an conversation about his career. Reggie Stepper spoke about being inspired by Ranking Trevor and U Brown, meeting Pinchers early in his career, recording hits for Steely & Clevie, meeting a young Buju Banton at Techniques, Father Pow and Stone Love, being inspired by Burro Banton, recording hits for King Jammys, connecting with Grindsman, and recording with Beres Hammond and Barrington Levy. He also spoke about creating hits like “Whinning Skill” with Super Beagle, “Kimbo King”, “Drum Pan Sound”, “Little Miss”, “Modelling”, and “Love Is Guaranteed” with Jack Radics.
(Interview by kind permission of 2linedmusichut.com)
Reggie Stepper – Drum Pan Sound
Reggie Stepper – Kimbo King
Reggie Stepper – Under Mi Sin Ting
Reggie Stepper – Stuppe, Stuppe