About Horace Andy
Horace Andy is a legendary roots reggae singer, notable for such tracks as “Government Land”, “You Are My Angel” and “Skylarking”.
Born Horace Hinds on 19 February 1951 in Kingston, Jamaica, he made his earliest recordings in the late 1960s. Known for his distinctive falsetto vocal style, he sung on many classic production for reggae producers, including King Tubby, Prince Jammy and Bullwackie. He is a devout Rastafarian and, like many reggae singers, much of his material deals with themes of religion and social justice.
Andy found a new generation of fans in the 1990s, thanks to his work with trip hop pioneers Massive Attack. He continues to record new music, with an album called Living in the Flood released in 1999 on Massive Attack’s Melankolic record label.
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