Prince Jabba was born in Westmoreland, Jamaica. He was first a drummer, at age 13, in a local gospel group called 'Soul Seekers'. At age 14, Jabba began spinning records on sound systems at local nightclubs throughout Jamaica. During his teenage years, Jabba realized he could carry a note and moved to Kingston after graduating from high school in 1988. Jabba was introduced to a dancehall DJ who encouraged him to become an entertainer. Jabba started writing dancehall lyrics but never performed until he came to the U.S. in 1992. Jabba's brother, Lynval Jackson, introduced him to the local Minneapolis Reggae music scene and is also on a single of Jabba's Loverman CD. By sharing the stage with such performers as Freddy McGregor and Super Cat, and recording Pink Cashmere with The Artist, Prince, Jabba began to establish himself as a talented performer with his own distinctive vocal style and sexually charged live dancehall performance. Throughout the years, Jabba has also performed with such artists as Shinehead, Tony Rebel, and Angelique Kidjo. Jabba recently recorded and performed the song 'Horny' with Troy Hudson of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Jabba's provocative energy, stage presence and captivating voice have reached out and established him as one of the Midwest's Hottest Entertainers.