R.Zee jackson, a born Jamaican spent his early childhood in Clarendon and later in Old Harbour, St. Catherine, Jamaica, West Indies. In 1975, as a student, he moved to Canada with his Mom. There he met Oswald Creary (R.I.P.) of Half Moon label and studio. At Half Moon studio, he recorded the original tracks of ”Long Long Time” released as a 12” vinyl record on his own label ”Ital”. R.Zee Jackson also recorded at ”Dub World”, the dubplates cutting studio in Toronto. All the sound men from all over came to see”Snipa” the dub cutter. « It was great, dancehall was rocking in Canada. We have it lock with all the big sound systems and artists from all over the world ». One day, the keyboard master Jackie Mittoo say to R.Zee « you can’t stay cold up yourself in Canada ». Because R.Zee had many family in the UK, it was easy. So he decided to see what was going on in London. In 1980 he released the album ”Trodding”, produced by Mike Brooks (Teams / Coptic Lion). Few years later, he released “In A South Africa”, a heavyweight digital reggae to fight against Apartheid and also “At The Reggae Party”, a pure dancehall anthem to mash up the dance.