"Dope. Innovative. The future of Reggae music in the United States."
- DJ Kash, V103 ATLANTA
"One of the most determined artists i've ever met. His drive is admirable"
- Jo Williams, Triple The Focus Magazine
"Dreggae has proved himself as an artiste with a distinct voice of his own style"
- Reginald Uche, Creative Hub Magazine
Dreggae is a passionate Ambassador for Caribbean Culture. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia but hails from Keystone, St. Catherine, Jamaica. Dreggae's music delivers refreshing tones of positivity and unity.
Dreggae’s musical interest sparked while he attended Wolmer's Boys High School in Kingston, Jamaica, a school known for educating several influential Dancehall artists and producers. Dreggae migrated to pursue Information Technology and Electronic Broadcast Media at Georgia Southern University. While in college, Dreggae further cultivated his musical talent, securing local performances and radio appearances. With Dreggae’s final move to Atlanta his music has reached new heights.
Dreggae proclaims the root of his music is Reggae. However, his evolving sound is juxtaposed with the reverberations of his fluid environment— including hints of Hip-Hop, Pop, Ska, EDM, Moombahton, and Soca. Dreggae's music boasts a worldly sound that does not belong to any one genre. His music is fueled by a passion for creating music that tells the stories of love and loss, the disenfranchised and the empowered, and beauty and blunders, Dreggae's cleverly delivered metaphors are impactful and easy to grasp by the avid listener across cultures.
Dreggae's broad appeal is evident from the extensive list of renowned artists he has opened for — including, Shaggy, Olatunji, Beres Hammond, Tony Rebel, Marcia Griffiths, Akon, Gyptian, Serani, Bunji Garlin, Alkaline, Alison Hinds, Etana, Timaya, Konshens, and Sanchez.
Dubbed the Unsigned Legend by his loyal fans and friends, Dreggae is determined to mirror the family legacy set by Reggae Royalty, Osbourne King Tubby Ruddock, and his cousin Keith Digital Tubby Ruddock. He assures his audience, this is only the beginning.