He put his stamp on dancehall reggae as the first artist to yodel over a reggae track. Both him and Red Fox then collaborated on “Pose Off” a song that instantly topped the reggae top ten charts and embarked them on tours, performing around the world.
Pose Off went on to becoming a staple song in reggae music history. Screechy Dan went on to sign a major record deal with Polygram Records. Within the same year, he wrote and recorded a song produced by Bobby Konders featured on the soundtrack of the 1994 hit movie, “Sugar Hill,” starring Wesley Snipes. Dan is fueled by natural energy and love for all types of music – from being featured on the Disney Channel’s Grammy awarded Father Goose children’s album, to being one of the most highly respected hardcore artist. His unmatched style, versatility, and volcanic performance he possesses will keep him in the hearts of fans as a true Entertainer. He will always leave audiences wanting more, and continue to win the love of many… Out of ONE comes many-Screechy Dan.