Lutan Fyah

Lutan Fyah


A revolutionary spirit delivering a message of love, peace, justice, unity and community through hard hitting reggae dancehall rhythms and lyrics, on stages all over the world.

Born and raised in Spanish Town in Kingston, where his grandfathers would host weekly parties where friends and associates such as Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Alton Ellis, Coxsone Dodd and Joe Gibb would be present, Lutan’s musical career began as a selector on his grandfather Tamba’s sound system, Black I-niverse. Although mesmerized by the power of music at a very young age, Lutan didn't begin pursuing music until after succeeding academically and becoming one of the most talented Jamaican footballers of his time. Lutan was a star player; however while making waves in football Lutan's peers recognized his singing voice, as he was always singing, and encouraged him to record a song. In 1997, one day after football practice, Lutan and a friend headed over to Buju Banton's Gargamel recording studio. Buju's engineer "Stumpy" heard his voice and they immediately headed over King Jammy's Studio in Waterhouse, Kingston where Lutan's very first song was recorded--"Ambassador for Christ".

Lutan plays the guitar--self taught--and has recorded roughly 200 singles and 12 albums to date, collaborating with artists like: Pressure, Luciano, Jah Mason, Jahvinci, Midnite, Revolution Band, Anthony B, Turbulence, Chronixx, Ken Ring and Lady G, just to name a few. He's also worked with legendary producers like: multiple Grammy winners Sly and Robbie, Grammy nominee Richard "Breadback" Bramwell, Michigan and Smiley, Tristan Palmer, Sugar Minott, Stephen McGregor, Don Corleon, John John, Bobby Digital, Donovan Germain, Tony Kelly, Gargamel, Silly Walks, Jah Warrior, Xtermintor and more.