Wild Life

Wild Life aka George Scott, born in the Indigenous Maroon Sovereign State located in Clarendon Jamaica WI. mountainous Cockpit Country, Wild Life is a true specimen of the root of Jamaican vibrant roster of dynamic Reggae talents.

”The Voice of Thunda” is a baritone sing-jay /songwriter/actor whose culturally conscious reggae offerings captures the root and vibes indigenous to the Jamaican experience. Like most Jamaican artiste Wild life first started singing in the church and in School. The unconquerable ark of talent was discovered at one of his community Douglas Castle church Sabbath school class, when his profound voice impacted the morning devotion. Wild life stood out to everyone in his district marvelled at the sound of his earthy grovelling vocals which was a cross between Prince Far I, Buju Banton and Jack Radics. George invigorating impact began an unique history that soon unfold his in born appreciation for spiritually rich music. From an early age Wild Life displayed a deep love for singing and songwriting. He would deejay and chant on community Sound Systems such as Ninja Star and Ultimate Supreme and other sound systems in Kingston He was a motor vehicle alignment technician by day and an artiste by night.

Wild life introduction to the music recording world came through veteran Producer and sound system operator Everton “Dr Cave” Moore of the world famous Caveman International Sound System and Studio. Caveman is the musical mentor for many mainstream reggae artiste such as Luciano Bushman Sizzla and a many more. He was introduced to Caveman by fellow artiste Ruckland. He recorded his first single “Work so Hard” at Caveman Studios which was subsequently released on his own label “Wild Life” Productions. He recorded and released numerous songs with the Caveman label such as Rasta Nuh Fraid and No War.

Over the years Wild life has also worked with several local and international producers. He recorded the song Farming Time on Reggae Legend Bunny Wailer’s Solomonic Production label which was included on the R.O.C tek set volume 1 album which features several known and upcoming acts. The album was produced by reggae icon Bunny Wailer. The song enjoyed favourable airplay on locally and internationally.