The Itals is a Jamaican reggae vocal group. It was formed by Alvin "Keith" Porter, Ronnie Davis, and Lloyd Ricketts in 1976. Davies and Ricketts were orginally member of "The Tennors" which have also recorded as solo artists before. In the late 1960s, The three had worked all together in "The Westmorelites". The Itals recorded numerous albums in the late 1970s and 1980s but Ronnie Davis went on to a career and he become successful. "In A Disya Time", their debut single is marked as the group's excellent work and become the number one in the Jamaican hit chart. The 1987's "Rasta Philosophy" was nominated for a Grammy Award as Best Reggae Album. The group has changed their member over the years, with formerly solo artist David Isaacs who join in 1987 when Lloyd Ricketts was sentenced to a prison term which prevent him from travelling to the United States. In 1994, Ronnie Davis left the group and was substitute by Porter's daughter Kada. The group go on with tour in support of the fresh released compilation of previous works produced in 2009 by Lloyd Campbell with Davis, Isaacs and Kada joining Keith Porter. A new album is expected to be released which entitled "Let Them Talk".