Papa San, whose birth name is Tyrone Thompson hails from Spanish Town. Starting his career as a dancehall performer in his teens, he became a Christian in 1997 and has since been producing albums in the reggae gospel style.
Goddy Goddy also known as Howard Reynolds is a Kingston native who also began his career as a secular reggae artist. He is now using his musical style and lyrics to spread the word of God throughout Jamaica and abroad. Born again in 1999 he has since released the albums Goddy Goddy, Warfare, and Ghetto Priest.
Born in Kingston as Nicholas Eccleston, DJ Nicholas was once a young performer who sang violent themed songs and identified with the Rastafarian faith, although this was not the path he was to stay on. Feeling the urge from the Holy Spirit, he decided to dedicate his life to God and cleaned up his way of living, including his music.
Originally from St.Catherine, Calvin Curtis Whilby, also known as “Prodigal Son” began his early adult life on the mean streets of Kingston, but soon realized that this was not for him and that the Lord had a plan for his life.
Active as a mainstream reggae artist since the 1970’s, Carlene Davis who hails from the parish of Clarendon, became a full-time gospel singer in the mid 1990’s after her diagnosis with breast cancer when she recommitted her life to God.