DJ, Remixer & Producer:
Late 1970's and throughout the 1980's Cee Bee was totally committed as a sound system DJ. Whilst spinning the disks alongside his co-owners he developed a talent for toasting (rapping). During this period along with his partners he promoted dances that were staged at various locations in London, on a number of occasions bands were hired to perform. During his career as a DJ, which on many occasions brought him to work with bands, he had an increasing desire to get involved in the music making business. In 1991 he formed Hardcore Music Company (HMC), "after 15 years of playing music as a Disc Jockey I felt I could produce music as good as the thousands of dance records I have played over the years". 8 months after launching the company, Hardcore released a single entitled "RUB ME UP". The single featured Carol & The Outlaw, who along with their support dancers made many live appearances around the country promoting their single. Appearances included major events such as 1991 Reggae Super Jam at Brockwell Park, 1991 Birmingham Carnival, and 1991 Grenadian Harvest Festival at Acton Town Hall. In 1994 Cee Bee got heavily into the Jungle scene, constant experimentation with fusion of various musical styles enabled him to create a dreamy trance style Jungle song for a vocalist named Georgia Lawrence. After winning a prize for the song at the Future Music MEMS '95 Show it was also featured on their magazine cover disc. Franco Canetto an Italian Remixer/Producer heard the song and loved it so much he produced 4 remixes and released them in Italy and other European countries. In 1998 Cee Bee started working with DJ Booker T. a former member of his sound system. Booker T. had become a household name as a Garage Music remixer winning a Platinum disc for his remix of All Saints "Never Ever". "This was a very rewarding experience, I worked on many top artists recordings, artists such as Jocelyn Brown, Cleopatra, Hinda Hicks to name a few".