No Stopping// Dubby Brodie
Dubby Brodie, a reggae artist, born in Jamaica W.I., made a recording in New York and Washington DC. He was a rising star in the late eighties. Dubby was a nominee in WAMMIES out of Washington, D.C. At the height of his musical achievements, many editors of media publishers like the Washington Post, Beat Magazine, Billboard, City Paper, and many others wrote about him and his music. He got an invitation from an A/R for EMI Records to hear materials. At that time, he released a music video that was released called “Wake UP.”
At the time a tour was about to line up, he got set up by government informant for uncontrolled substance. He did several years in the system in which he still performed within the secured community. Dubby recorded an album in before being wrongfully accused and returned to the system. Dubby states, “This Babylon system once they got you they forever want to hold you prisoner so they can wheel and turn you, all you have to do is look at the heritage of the system and see if there is Justice or just us.” Still, despite everything, Dubby tries to encourage people through difficult times with his song “No Stopping” that is available on iTunes and Amazon Music.”
Dubby is one that knows difficult times as his parents both died at an early age, and he resorted to looking to the streets of New York and Washington DC for the opportunity. Dubby says his current album “No Stopping” means don't care what happens in life you must not give up. He says that the recording did not release under the name Dubby Brodie but under the name “Kharee Anthony” “due to earth runnings.” Dubby says his favorite artist is Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Sean Paul, Vybz Kartel, Chronixx, Damian Marley, Beres Hammon, Buju Banton, and Burning Spear to name a few.