Earl Sixteen (real name Earl Daley) is a reggae singer born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1958. As a youth growing up, Earl was surrounded amongst the biggest names in the Reggae Music Industry, who not only inspired the singer but also gave him a lot of encouragement. Artists such as Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Delroy Wilson, Alton Ellis, Horace Andy, Rad Taylor, Sugar Minott, Eddie Fitzroy, Marcia Griffiths and Pam Hall to name just a few. Earl was on his mission to make his own mark in the industry. And being only 16, helped to place Earl Sixteen’s feet firmly on the road to success. Earl’s singing career began in the mid-1970s, with his first singles produced by Lee Perry and Augustus Pablo. In the early 1980s he recorded singles for a variety of producers including Linval Thompson, Clement Dodd, Sugar Minott, Yabby You, and Derrick Harriott, and recorded his debut album with Mikey Dread. Earl’s pedigree as a vocalist and as a songwriter, is unparalled. In almost 40 years of career Earl has released over 20 albums. His lyrics speak of the suffering of the world, of prayer and of universal love. Freedom fighter & global peace maker, Earl Sixteen is a man on a mission.