Introduced to Hip-Hop by a cousin in 1990, Richard “Chromatics” Raj-Kumar, began his career. Lionel Richie, Julio Iglesias, Gypsy kings, heavy doses of Reggae and the Calypsos all influenced his musical style. He first started writing rhymes in 1994 and continued to develop as an artist. He released the hit single “Start it!” in June 2003, which was the number one requested song in the country for two months. The unique style of his local tongue fused with a hardcore east coast influence, all mesh to form a signature sound like nothing heard in hip-hop to date. His onstage presence is that of a veteran and he has performed at numerous venues in the Caribbean, the United States and England.