Luciano (born with the name Jepther McClymont OD) is a Jamaican second generation roots reggae artist and poet. H was born October 20, 1964 or 1974 in Jamaica.
He start recording in 1992 with his debut single "Ebony & Ivory" on the Aquarius Record label and followed in 1993 with his debut album "Moving Up" on RAS records. He is the seventh of nine children and was born to highly spiritual and parents with musical interests, while growing up in Daveyton (it is a small district in the central parish of Manchester, Jamaica). His birthdate have been known as 1974 and occasionally in the month of November alternately than October. A few sources said he was born in 1964.
Stevie Wonder, Frankie Paul and lately reggae singer Dennis Brown greatly influenced his music style. It was soon after that he changed his nickname to Luciano while frequently being credited to as "Jah Messenjah" and also during that time he's collaborating with Fattis Burell's Xterminator label. After recording few LPs for Burell, he recorded a series for Island records before he begin an independent career recording. His current work to date is his album "Jah Words" that was released worldwide in April 26, 2005 on the RAS records label that features the singles like "Angel Heart' and "Cry for Justice".