Reggae roots legend, original member of the mythical Black Uhuru group, inveterate icon of the Rastafarian movement, the Jamaican Don Carlos is a figure in the “waterhouse”, a style that is characterized by long laments. Euvin “Don Carlos” Spencer embodied this style with Black Uhuru, a legendary band of the 1980s who took over from Bob Marley (1981), but left quickly to pursue a solo career despite a short reformation in 1990. We owe him more than twenty albums, successes and great collaborations with the Gladiators and Groundation. The most striking are surely “Day To Day Living”, “Harvest Tim”, “Lazer Beam” produced by Bunny Le and the excellent “Plantation”. They contain unforgettable classics like “I’m Not Crazy”, “Young Girl” or “Dice Cup”, which will remain for the most part at the top of the Jamaican charts. The singer travels regularly around the world with his Dub Vision Band to offer quality concerts to reggae lovers and make discover or rediscover his classics for all generations!