MC Ramon Judah was born into a musical family. His father, Sugar Deen, was a well known musician in Liverpool and was said to have been an early mentor to the Beatles. Ramon was influenced by the early sound system culture and was singing dancehall at an early age. He travelled worldwide singing with Reggae bands from New Zealand to Chicago USA. He ended up settling in London and became the host and singer at the Dub Club. He has worked with many in the UK scene and sung with many sounds over the years including Jah Youth and more recently was the main host and vocalist for the popular Reggae Roast nights. Ramon Judah has also recorded with many UK Reggae & Dub producers, including Bush Chemist, Manasseh, Disciples, Adrian Sherwood, Phillip Gad, Brigadier Jc and Vibration Lab.