In 1985 Eccleton Jarrett recorded his first, although unreleased song for King Tubby entitled ‘Judgement Time’. On moving to King Jammy’s studio he worked with Leroy Gibbons for the track ‘Be My Lady’ and released songs including ‘Fling It Up Operator’, ‘Dance Hall Music’, ‘Thanks And Praise’. 1990 saw Eccleton burst out of the Jamaican dancehalls into the charts of England and Europe, finding success with songs like ‘It’s True’, ‘Rock Them One By One’ and the dancehall anthem ‘Turn On The Heat’ recorded by over two hundred sound systems worldwide including Saxon, Downbeat and King Tubbys. Migrating to the United Kingdom in 1999, Eccleton Jarrett now resides in London. Continuing to record and release quality reggae music, he recently toured and performed with Robert Lee in Germany, France and Belgium.