Sudu / About
Born Dwayne Jarrett on June 17, in Westmoreland Jamaica,
The name Sudu is a acronym meaning "someone unique definitely untouchable". Sudu grew up in the tourist resort area Negril, where vast entertainment had many sound systems and stage shows held nightly. Sudu discovered his talent while attending Green Island High School in neighboring parish Hanover. On his quest to become a Dancehall/ Reggae artiste he performed on many stage shows in and around Westmoreland and Hanover. His popularity grew and stage presence landed him a open act for a Third World Concert. His love for music had him playing and managing Lazeme, one of the biggest sound system in the west
With support from his peers he started recording proffessionally making trips to Kingston at Anchor recording studio as well as Arrows. Not before long he was met with resistance from his parents who demanded that he attend college and further his education and University is a must. Not wanting to dissapoint his parents he pushed his dream aside and attended UTech (University of Technology Ja.) where he majored in land surveying.