A born reggae artist named Jah Kettle, otherwise known as Peter Braimbridge of Kingston Jamaica, growing up in Trench Town at the age of ten years old. He then decided to leave for Mandeville with his parents in the 1980's where he attended the Mandeville All-age School at the age of fourteen years old; he started out at Bellfield Secondary which is now a Comprehensive High School. While in school Kettle usually participates in concerts, and stage shows that would occasionally occur at school, of course he would take part in them and perform as well, that was what he admired doing growing up as a youth. The students and his friends would applaud and be Happy at his performance, people would say "yu have talent bwoy"; you should start a career in singing son; and of course he took those words seriously. After school he left with a positive mind and a focused heart. Kettle started towards his career, where he would visit dances and deejay on sounds. He first deejayed on some sounds called Crystal Rock, Black Starliner, and Wha Dat with various artistes like: Uton Green, Garnet Silk, Tony Rebel, and General Degree and many more artistes. After been exposed Kettle wanted more in the music to push to a point and get to a level for himself. He then left Mandeville where he spent most of his time of his childhood growing up, He leave Mandeville to Kingston in 1996 to start more recording on his songs, he would hang out at Cave Man Studio and Sound System for a while and also Penthouse where he met with the Trench Town Rock Promotion from there he recorded his first song titled "Bigger Problem Pon The Bigger Heads Dem". And also recorded for JR Records (Junior Reid Promotion) Releasing that single was a great track for him. Presently Jah Kettle is now recording various songs for different producers, His father known as Oscar Braimbridge, he was known as a musician in the Lord Jellico's Band in the early 60's. He toured with the band to England, America, Peru, and other countries playing ska. Oscar Braimbridge was the drummer in the band. Entertainer Jah Kettle continued his music doing reggae. He recently performed on various stage shows such as "Dem a Go Tired Fi See Wi Face at James Bond Beach, Oracabessa, Bob Marley Birthday Bash February 8, 2003, Magnum Sting the Greatest One Night Show on Earth December 26, 2003, in Portmore, Black History February 26, 2005 in St. Elizabeth and the Garnet Silk Birthday Bash in Mandeville. Jah kettle then went on a Caribbean tour in 2007, promoting his new album, "Hail Life with Love" in Trinidad and Tobbago; he also performed at various stage shows like the Red, gold and Green concert at Guaracara Park, House of Rastafari at Tuna-puna, and at the Dezend night club. Entertainer Jah Kettle continued to further his career in music by going to Guyana and Barbados as well. Jah Kettle went back to Jamaica in 2008 to do some new singles like who’s gonna be my lady, No More War and many more. He then started his Canadian tour, Performed at Rasta Fest, Jane Finch Mall Toronto, Canada 2009, He Performed at St. East, Hamilton Hall and the Silencing of the Gun Rally Concert 2009 at Queens Park Toronto. He also has performed in Ottawa Reggae Festival and Winnipeg Soca-Reggae Festival 2011 as well as Jamaica Day in Toronto. Jah Kettle has performed on shows like; Montreal Reggae Festival and Rasta Fest in Jamaica as well as Toronto and Muskoka Reggae Festival for this year 2012 and many more. Jah Kettle has received 5 Awards for the best DJ dancehall performance and International DJ Dancehall Male performer for the year 2011-2012 in Canada.
Jah Kettle song called Hot Again was #1 on 89.5fm CIUT charts in Toronto, Canada and also Number #1 on 100.3fm in Kitchener. Jah Kettle is coming Hotter every year. Keep a look out for him in your city soon!!!!!. Contact Number: 1(647)771-3463. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook.com/jahkettle myspace/jahkettle and Reverbnation/jahkettle