Eye Fusion Biography
Out of the parish of Westmoreland Jamaica, had emerge a humbly, energetic, creative and talented artiste whose parents called him from birth as Clifton Tomlinson. He grew up in Savanna-la-mar, where he had attended Sir Clifford Campbell Primary School and Godfrey Stewart High School. While attended Godfrey Stewart High School, he had performed concerts at Manning’s High School and shows back by the Jah Children band at Landillo in Westmoreland. He also done concerts at Oberlin High School, YMCA and shows at Wards Theater in Kingston back by the unique vision band, he also perform on J.I.S programmed. After high school, he had registered with the Jamaica youth corps organization operated through the Jamaica Cultural development commission where he had entered a musical competition and won a scholarship where he had enrolled into the Jamaica school of music for the African and American courses, but that didn’t work out as he plan. Eye Fusion then came off the performing scene and began writing and arranging his own music. Ultimately, Eye Fusion had returned to the music scene by recording two singles; dub poetry, give me chance, dancehall put the gun down now, recorded 2010 at Highlight recording studios. Self named Reggae Artiste has a vision statement to see everyone and to all youths to get educated and been informed, be for one and for all, be our brothers keeper, and living in unity. Eye Fusion Aim is to continue to do conscious, uplifting and inspiring music for the youths of today and tomorrow developments. Obviously, in several years the parish of Westmoreland had produced some great performing art namely; Mr. Richie Stephenson, the I-tals, Mr. Roy rayon and many more.