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Principle – Cutty Corn

This is a live video of Cutty Corn in the studio recording a dub name Principle for Calico Mix Machine.

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Growing up in West Kingston is hard at times but Cutty Corn credits this upbringing for the nurturing of his talent.
Born August 28 1976, Cutty Corn A.K.A. O’Neil Omara Samuels has been around the music for as long as he can remember. From the early days at Tivoli High and Denham Town Primary Cutty could be seen entertaining fellow classmates on the corridors and in classrooms. He spent his spare time after school performing to his friends and perfecting his talent along with the regular school and community concerts. Before going mainstream Cutty Corn was Lead Singer of the Midtown Band, which was an offshoot of the Alpha Boys band.
Cutty Corn has music in his blood, as he is the cousin of renowned dancehall artist Cutty Ranks. Although relatively new to the mainstream music scene, Cutty Corn has been on the big stage since the mid nineties. With shows such as Champions in Action, West Kingston Jamboree and Island Explosion just to name a few under his belt, Cutty Corn has been dubbed one of the emerging talents of 2007.
Cutty Corn has nurtured his vocal talent through years of performances and by following good examples from his favourite artistes who he names as Bob Marley, Sanchez and Wayne Wonder.
Cutty Corn Started recording in the year 2000 and has released several songs that have received credible reviews from the industry. In 2006 he recorded the song “She Gone” on the Errol Dunkley Ghetto Vibes Label and also “Hustling” Ft Vegas produced by Gary G, he later did “Penitentiary Cry” on the Beat Love Rhythm for the Chilla Music. “Penitentiary Cry” received good airplay but was bettered by “Lucky Day” on the Jamdown Rhythm for Danger Zone Records released in early 2007.
Riding on the success of the hit song “Lucky Day” Cutty Corn was soon scouted by Anthony B, who took the budding star to open for him on his European Tour in the summer of 2009