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Prezident Brown

Prezident Brown aka Professor Frisky & Junior Ranking (born Fitzroy Albert Cotterell) is a Jamaican dancehall deejay. Cotterell was born in Clarendon Parish, Jamaica and raised in St. Mary. He built up a reputation by performing on local sound systems throughout the 1980s, under various names including Junior Ranking, before starting his recording career in the late 1980s.

He was given the name Prezident Brown by producer and sound system operator Jack Ruby, who made him the resident deejay on his Hi-Power sound system. Early singles included "Tears" (with Jack Radics) and "Everything is Right" (as Professor Frisky). His lyrics concentrate on "cultural" themes. He broke through to a wider audience with performances in 1995 at the Reggae Sumfest and Reggae Sunsplash festivals. He recorded the anti-drugs song "Blow Your Nose" with Everton Blender, and "Wrong or Right", which received international daytime radio play. He was also featured on "Black and Proud" on the Steel Pulse album Rage and Fury. He collaborated with Anthony Red Rose and Anthony Malvo on "Red Alert", which topped the Jamaican singles chart, and his continuing success saw him sign to Chris Blackwell's Island Jamaica label, although an album recorded for the label was never released.

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