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The best kept secret in music


Dancehall Singer XO began scoring his singles and Dub plates in Jamaica starting in 1996, and has since then attracted American attention with his re-appearance on the Atlanta Reggae Music scene. more ..

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"Crazy" Hit single, Produced by Carvel Records/Squad51 M&E

"Brown Sugar" Single E.p embodied with 5 accompanying singles, Produced by WarriorsMusick Records/Squad51 M&E

"The Greatest Pain in Life" Single, Produced by FootPrintz Recordz


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"XO" , born to Jamaican parents, now based in Atlanta, USA. The youngest son of 3, began performing as a child and a tough contender on regional festival shows, high school and college level concerts. Sean "XO" Linton was a high school student when he began singing cover versions of foreign songs he smartly converted to reggae versions. "XO" delivered a fusion of contemporary Reggae grooves and infectious dancehall rhythms alongside tough edged hip-hop beats, an ideal complement for his versatility. "When we went to Atlanta, "XO" began writing hits from his upcoming "Red September" album. Laced with the authentic tracks of Jamaica's Warriors Musick productions came the single: "Hustla", "Brown Sugar", "Unfortunatley" and "Struggle".

"XO" presents his bold musical identity to the global community, updating the styles of the great Bob Marley musical legacy for the 21st century. XO's burgeoning popularity earned them featured appearances on the local Atlanta scene which led to the second single released by Footprintz Recordz 2005 "The Greatest Pain in life". The song which provided invaluable exposure among a new sector of music fans now brought notoriety to XO.

This hardcore singer whose lyrics are influenced by the styles of reggae pioneers like the great Bob, Damien, Ziggy and Kymani Marley as well as Maxi Priest. XO's versatility far exceeds public expectations. XO, began as a songwriter for many legends such as Jamaica's reggae singer Michael Buckley ....and now for the very first time, A compilation of the finest of reggae music. This artist is what the crowd wants, and he is ready to deliver.