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Jamaica House Music
Mallory opened up for international superstars Nancy Wilson and Lou Rawls. The success of these events and rising popularity beckoned him into the recording arena. His first single covered the Paragon's hit Memories by the Score. His next two records signaled further development as a composer. Mallory's Reggae "Gone Grammy" and "Irie Daughter" both entered the top ten chards in a short time, but it was the classic ode to dancehall, She Boom which not only became number one on the charts, but also became the first music video which portrayed dancehall dancers and blazed a new trail for other vides showcasing the dancehall movement. "She Boom" was subsequently covered in French by "Kulcha Konnection" and rose to #1 on the French music charts. Still in pursuit of a wider experience, Mallory changed from solo artist to principal keyboard accompanist to a wide cross section of the most outstanding and accomplished reggae artists recognized worldwide. In his quest for further success he decided to focus on the "She Boom" Hit as and avenue for the creation of a product line, using the chorus of the song "Boom She Boom" as a brand. This website will display the "Boom She Boom" brand and give you the opportunity to purchase some of the products displayed
Jamaica House Music