Reggae Interviews meets Chaka Demus & Pliers – 30 Years Of Hits
As a duo, they enjoyed more commercial success with mainstream pop fans after their collaboration began in the early 1990s than either had in their previous solo careers making some of the most prolific dancehall hits worldwide including Murder She Wrote and Tease Me. These songs were collected on the 1993 gold album All She Wrote, produced by Sly and Robbie, which earned a record of having six songs that entered the British national charts.
To celebrate this milestone, they are gearing up for a new 30 year anniversary album featuring friends in the industry including Freddie Mcgregor, Shaggy, Tanto Metro & Devonte due for release later in the year.
To date, they have recorded more than 10 albums together and continue to release solo projects.