Reggae music is again mourning the loss of a game-changing icon
One of Jamaica’s greatest producers and engineers, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, has died after a battle with illness. He was pronounced at a hospital in Lucea on Sunday morning. He was 85 years old.
Scratch Perry was most famously known for producing a slew of hits for Bob Marley and the Wailers during their peak years. He also worked with the likes of Max Romeo, The Congos and legendary rap group, The Beastie Boys.
He also won the Reggae Grammy for his Jamaican E.T.
album in 2004. Walk good legend