Dennis Emmanuel Brown is a Jamaican reggae singer. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica in February 1, 1957 at Jubilee Hospital. When he reach eleven years old, during his career in 1960's, almost 75 albums were created and become popular lovers rock scene, which is a sub genre of reggae. Bob Marley said that Brown is his favorite singer and dubbed him as "The Crown Prince of Reggae".
He said "Nat King Cole as one of his major influence. His first career appearance came when he reach at the age of eleven, when he went a local club with his brother Basil (where his brother performing a comedy acts and where he made his first appearance with the club's resident group the "Fabulous Falcons". During his good performance, he was asked to be the member of their group as a vocalist. During the group performance at a JLP conference at the National Arena, he sang two songs (Johnnie Taylor's "Ain't That Loving You" and Desmond Dekker's "Unity". The audience showered the stage with money, with that he was able to buy his first suit.
Brown build an association that makes him as an international successful artist in 1972. Joe Gibbs ask him to record an album for him. As a result, one of the tracks recorded, it is "Money in my Pocket". It was a hit with UK reggae audiences and soon became a favourite of his live performances. "Money in my Pocket" was originally produced by Winston "Niney" Holness on behalf of Gibbs with musical backup from the Soul Syndicate.