Their first collaboration was ‘How Di Place A Run’ which featured on ‘The
Peppery EP’ released on Raider Records in October, 2017. The official music video for this track, filmed in Bristol and at the Raider Records showcase, was premiered on Reggaeville. This track was then remixed by Dreadsquad, Dj Maars and Selkie and featured on The Peppery Remixes EP also released on Raider Records in March of 2018. Their most recent single released on Flex up records, was ‘Dead Yuh Dead’ which got to number 8 in the Beatport Reggae / Dancehall chart and was also supported by Adam Walton of BBC Radio Wales. They are now ready to take it to the next level with their brand new track and video ‘Moving Up’.
DJ / Producer / Musician Timbali originated from Pembrokeshire, West Wales. This is where his love affair with dub music began thanks to having the infamous Zion Train as neighbours. With over 10 years of playing various instruments in bands including rock, ska, reggae, hip hop and most recently African Fusion, today he is writing, recording and producing reggae,dancehall and dub. His signature sound has been described as an authentic modern take on reggae.
Having already supported the likes of David RamJam Rodigan, Lethal Bizzle, Nevil Staples and the Skints, Timbali is collaborating with established artists within the reggae and dancehall scene, including Lutan Fyah, Skarra Mucci, Peppery and Blackout JA.
Hailing from the Wire Fence district in Trelawny, Jamaica, reggae dancehall artiste Peppery, real name Clayton Brown, is now, and has been based in Manchester in the United Kingdom for many years. Clayton grew up with his parents, 3 brothers and 1 sister. Being the youngest in the family, he was never discouraged when he began to display an interest in the entertainment industry.
Originally working under the moniker Bongo Chilli, he was only using Peppery as a slogan and was rather surprised when people started calling him Peppery, thinking that was his actual artist name. He even remembers recording a track for a particular producer and labelling the files as Bongo Chilli but when the producer released the record, it had Peppery as the artist.
It seemed as if the name Peppery was inevitably his, so he adopted it and never looked back.
Over the years he has released several singles and has been featured on many compilations. Additionally, he has performed at many venues/festivals right across Europe.