People say, “Big Things Come In Small Packages!” and that couldn’t be more true when referring to “Da’ Flame” aka Lady Flame. Da’ Flame is a petite female with an enormous, beautiful and melodious voice, that always manages to demand attention from crowds whether male or female. Da’ Flame is not just a singer and dj, but also a writer, composer, musician, and performer. Singing from the age of 2, Da’ Flame has been sharing her God given gift of music with people all over the world. It was in church that this remarkable gift was both shown and discovered allowing her to travel world-wide performing at numerous events.
Originally from Montego Bay, Jamaica, Stationed in Washington D.C., Da’ Flame has captivated the hearts, ears, and minds of many reggae, Hip-hop, and R & B fans. The versatile and talented “Da’ Flame” has performed with many major artists such as Capleton, Wayne Wonder, Spragga Benz, Lexxus, Baby Cham, The Monster Shack Crew, T.O.K, Ward 21, Elephant Man, and many more Reggae artists, just to name a few. She has also performed with Machel, Montano, Iwer George, Allison Hinds, Traffik, Candy, Sherwin Winchester and Burning Flames. All which are artists in a different genre of music. She is sought out by numerous top notch DJ’s in the United States, Jamaica and world-wide for her voice for Dubs, Drops, and Specials proving to be one of Washington, D.C’s fastest rising artist. With all this talent and experience it’s no wonder that she copped the award for the “Best Female Singer/performer” in Washington, D.C. at the 2002, 2007-2010 Annual Washington, D.C. Reggae Music Awards.
Reggae Artist Mucho aka Black Mice.
Black Mice aka "Mucho to di world", is an internationally known veteran in the music industry since the early 80s. Out of Waterhouse, Jamaica, Black Mice began his music career on the sound system Master Blaster, which included Beenie Man, Risco Benji, Yamy Bolo, Shabba Ranks, Capleton, General Treez, Josie Whales, Admiral Bailey, and Bounty Killa, to name a few. He has performed with some of the biggest dancehall artist of today.
In 1996, he went on to record "Mi Gyal" and "Divin Bed" on the Black Scorpio Records label produced by C. Moore and M. Johnson at King Jammys Studio in Kingston, Jamaica. He has voiced for Irie FM Radio Disc Jockey, Mighty Mike and recorded the song "Fly Di Kite". Black Mice has traveled all over the world to perform at places such as England, Canada, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, and various Caribbean countries.