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"Out Of One Comes Many," a slogan that best signifies the metamorphosis of style, creativity, depth and manifestation of a true talent, none other than, Screechy Dan. A veteran artist that has mastered the craft of versatility in entertainment. Screechy Dan, born Robert Stephens has been performing since childhood in Kingston, Jamaica. Screechy’s talent impressed several record producers which encouraged him to professionally pursue a career in the music business, eventually leading him to a solo recording debut. In 1992, Screechy joined forces with the Ruff Entry Crew which included the hottest set of artists coming out of Brooklyn, such as Red Fox, Bajja Jedd, Mr. Easy, Naturally, Nyke Fungus, Rayvon and the Grammy Award winner, Shaggy. With their collective talent under Signet Record Label, the Ruff Entry Crew put New York City dancehall artists on the map. Screechy is know to be the first dancehall artist to yodel over a reggae track. After a few other popular releases, he then collaborated with Red Fox performing "Pose Off " a song that instantly topped the reggae charts and board them on tours performing around the world, "Pose Off" went on to become a big hit in the reggae music industry. Due to that success, he was signed to a major record deal with Polygram Records. In 1993, he yet again transformed his technique by introducing a rapping style with a reggae-type flow on the hip-hop single, Boomin In Ya Jeep, produced by the legendary Todd Terry and Kenny Dope. In 1994, Screechy wrote and performed a song, produced by Bobby Konders for the soundtrack of the hit movie, "Sugar Hill", starring Wesley Snipes. A skilled artist such as he is can only continue to shine brightly because of his creativity and versatility, his versatility and energetic performance will keep him in the hearts of fans as NYC’s #1 Dancehall Entertainer. He will always leave audiences yearning for more, and will continue to win the love of many.