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Born in Kingston , Thomas first recorded as a deejay at Tuff Gong studios in 1982, initially working under the name Junior Kong, named after his father. [1] His debut single was "Pink Eye". He worked with GT and then his own Love Bunch sound system and then recorded for King Tubby 's Firehouse label, now singing in a similar style to Tenor Saw . [1] The early King Kong recordings for Tubby were over early digital rhythms, and included songs such as "AIDS" and "Babylon", and established him as a popular artist. [1] His first album release was split with another of Tubby's singers, Anthony Red Rose , with Two Big Bull Inna One Pen issued on Firehouse. [1] During 1986 and 1987, Kong recorded for several of Jamaica's top producers, including Prince Jammy , with whom he enjoyed his biggest hits with "Trouble Again" (the title track from his Jammy-produced debut album proper) and "Legal We Legal", [2] Black Scorpio , Harry J , Errol Thompson , Ossie Hibbert , Bunny Lee , and Prince Jazzbo . [1] While many of his songs were typical in content of the era, several of his songs had political and cultural themes. [3] He released several albums during this period before relocating first to New York, and then to Canada in the late 1980s, where he released material occasionally on his Conscious Music label. [1] The death of Tenor Saw in 1988 prompted King Kong to release "He Was a Friend" as a tribute, and in 1989 he relocated to England and recorded with Mafia & Fluxy and Gussie P in the early 1990s. He began recording more regularly again in the 2000s.

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