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About Macka Diamond:
Charmaine Munroe was born in Kingston and grew up in Portmore. She attended Holy Childhood High School, an all-girl Catholic School in Kingston, but even then her focus was more on becoming a deejay than on her studies, proven time and time again with her skipping her art classes in order to practice her skills and to entertain her friends at the back, or some secluded area of the school.
The influence of music was around Charmaine from an early age. Her father, Phillip Munroe, is a record producer who not only worked with some of the greats, including the likes of, Gregory Isaacs, while also being close friends with legendary Dancehall Producer, King Jammy’s, and Reggae Music’s Production dynamite duo, Sly & Robbie. It was after hearing artists such as Sister Nancy (aka Mama Nancy), a female deejay trailblazer, that she decided she too was going to become a deejay, deciding that soon, she would: "soon join unoo…".
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