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Thorpido makes music industry debut

Thorpido - Contributed

Marvin Lloyd Thorpe is better known by his stage name Thorpido. Thorpido is a reggae recording artiste and songwriter.

He is best known for his hit single Teach Them The Way, which peaked at at No. 1 on CVM TV Hit List video Chart.

Thorpido was born in Kingston on July 23, 1986. In 1991, he moves to Pembroke Hall, St Mary. At the age of nine, while enrolled at the Jeffery Town All-Age School, he developed a passion for music while listening to the likes of Buju Banton, Capleton, and Bounty Killer. Thorpido would write songs consisting of four lines and sing them aloud with his brothers.

After leaving Tacky High School, which he represented in both football and cricket, he continued his musical journey, and in 2004, he started recording songs with his brothers and friends.

By 2007, Thorpido had written dozens of songs and performed on several stage shows. In 2010, he released his first single, Evil Deeds, on the Assault rhythm under the Kaos Production Label. He performed on TVJ Smile Jamaica and got radio play also.

Thorpido has now released new single Down In Jamaica on the bitter winds rhythm under Doobie Production, a label from Sweden. He is looking to do fairly well in the music industry.

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