Da Fuchaman

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Zemroy Thomas (13th September 1980), better known by his stage name Da Fuchaman, Is a Jamaican reggae singer, songwriter and member of the Rastafari movement. 

Da Fuchaman grew up in rural Middle Buxton on the north coast of St Ann Jamaica. His family is from a deeply religious background so it was no surprise that he had started his singing in churches and school. He doesn’t view himself as religious but is deeply rooted in spirituality which is evidenced in his music. He started singing on local sound systems as a teenager gaining credibility in his community and surrounding areas, winning more competitions than he had lost.  His main influences were the likes of Bob Marley, Buju Banton, Capleton, Sizzla, Anthony B, Bounty Killa and Beenie Man to name a few. 

Da Fuchaman migrated to the UK in the summer of 2002 and it didn’t take long before he started integrating into UK music scene.

He is known for his high-energy stage performances throughout the UK and Europe and prides himself for spreading love and positive vibrations to the massive everywhere that he goes.

 He is known as one of the most hard-working artists in business amassing eight studio albums, as many Eps and multiple singles collaborating with some well-renowned artists such as Anthony B, Turbulence The Future, Lutan Fyah, Perfect Giddimani, General Levy, Horseman and Queen Omega to name a few with his latest album titles ‘Mama Cislyn’ released on June 4th 2023. The lead single from the album “Welcome” Featuring General Levy is currently playing on some mainstream radios in the UK and many other local radio stations. 

In 2016 he formed his live band now known as (Da Fuchaman and his Fire Blaze Band) this has taken him to new heights as he and his ten-piece collective have been taking the UK festival since by storm performing at countless festivals such as Boomtown Fair, Secret Garden Party, Tropical Pressure, Bournemouth Reggae Weekender (Headliner), Bristol Harbour Festival (Headliner), Inglefest (Headliner), Calling, Kendal Calling, Greenman, Moovin Festival, St Paul’s Carnival, Bath Carnival and many others. 

In summary, if you too are a sucker for love and positive vibrations whether you are a reggae fan or not then you don’t need to look much further than Da Fuchaman and his Fire Blaze Band as this is guaranteed.