Born in 1974 on the island of Grenada, Bob David started revealing his musical abilities at the tender age of seven when he began playing the drums in a local church. In 1984 Bob, at the age of ten along with his mother and 4 siblings moved to Brooklyn, New York to live with his father where he spent seven years and learned the ways of the streets. He became involved with street gangs, violence, and drugs. During that time he also learned about the sounds of jazz, hip-hop, and his native reggae. In 1991 his family relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he and his brother Dan linked up with three new friends to form the group 'Flexstyle,' Las Vegas' first dancehall reggae group. Over the years Flexstyle grew in popularity from stage shows to live radio broadcast. Flexstyle hosted their sunday radio program to a live Las Vegas audience every Sunday for over 18 months, the show was called 'Reggae on The Radio.' At the peak of their career, they graced the stage with artists such as Jimmy Cliff, Slick Rick, Beenie Man, Yellow Man and Mad Lion. In 1998 Bob's life was changed forever. While most of his friends in New York were still caught-up in the gangsta life or in jail, Bob was going through his own emotional roller coaster with his longtime girlfriend. In all of his instability, no man--including himself, could fix the situation. Bob finally called upon Jesus to intervene in his life. 'I gave up my pride and ego so that I could obtain from the God direction and answers,' says Bob. Bob ended up leaving the dancehall scene to follow Jesus Christ. Although it was hard for him to give up everything, the Lord blessed him with more than he could have ever imagined. In 1999, Bob married his longtime girlfriend Suwakon and they now have two children Victory (boy) and Kaya (girl). This is Bob David's story. Many more things to be said but, not said. Listen to the music. The sojourn continues.