September 3, 1944
Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica
B.B Seaton (Harris Lloyd Seaton) was born September 3rd, 1944 in Kingston, Jamaica. He is a singer with a soulful voice, a qualified musician, producer and one of the most prolific song writers in the history of Jamaican music. B.B started singing and writing songs from his high school days, and grew up listening to groups like Platters, Drifters, Temptations and the Four Tops to name but a few. He had his first big hit in Jamaica when teaming up with Delano Stewart and Maurice Roberts to form "The Gaylads". They recorded the hit single "Lady with the red Dress" on Clement Dodd's Studio One label in 1967.