I-Stich Nominated To CanJam 2019

I-STITCH PERSONAL LIFE Jahbor Hernando Lloyd Moore (born February 12, 1990), popular known as I-Stitch or L-Stitch, is a Jamaican artist and dancer. L-stitch grew up with parents, Corren Sinclair and Everton Moore in the Nannyville Community in Kingston, Jamaica, where his father first had his sound system. EDUCATION Jahbor attended Donald Quarrie High School in Harbour View, Kingston, Jamaica and studied Electrical Engineering and Human Social Biology, during school, dancing and football were L-Stitch passions until the demands of each forced him to make a choice. MUSIC BEGININGS L-Stitch began songwriting at an early age alongside his father, known as Caveman who began to nurture his musical aspirations by having him in studio demonstrating to various artist like Twins of Twins. L-Stitch grew up around the likes of Lee Scratch Perry (his grandfather’s first cousin), Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, Luciano, Sizzla and Capleton. L-Stitch wrote his first song call “School Ago Open Again” at the age 5 and started recording at the age of 7, with his first song, which was in collaboration as dub plate for Cali Movement Sound System, based in Germany. Jahbor was heavily influenced by Michael Jackson and Gerald ‘Bogle’ Levy and at age 11 he including dancing as a part of his arts. He perform at Top Range Annual Dance Concert to Michael Jackson’s song “You Rock My World” DANCE TROUPE L-Stitch became famous for being one of the best dancer in Kingston in early 2005. He decided to form a dance troupe with his cousin (who died) and members of the Top Range Community, which was known as the “L-Stitch Family” and spent many days and night performing for community members and onlookers alike and at various school events. MUSIC RECORDINGS and PUBLIC PERFORMANCES L-Stitch decided to commit his all in this art form, putting football on the back burner. In 2009, Jahbor perform a tribute to the late Michael Jackson at the Annual Cheerleading competition (Jamfit) as a solo dancer , after the performance he wrote another song call “Trilla Dance” featuring Elijah Prophet on his father label which was released and remix on an electronic beat by Kosmo Records. Early 2010, L-Stitch link up with Sizzla and started to perform as one of Sizzla dancer at various events like Sting, Portland Jerk Festival, Stereo Cave, Mas Camp and Suncity Radio opening at Bob Marley Beach. In early 2014 L-Stitch merged his dancing skill with his songs he recorded and began to entertaining most of Sizzla fans at major events like Rebel Salute, Port Royal Seafood Fest, Tivoli Jambaree, etc. L-Stitch began to focus and dedicated his time in the music studio with his father, recording numerous tracks (which was not released). On February 13, 2015, L-Stitch went partnered with his father’s Caveman Production and the Top Range Board members of the community center and presented his birthday bash which was advertised on Reggae Ville website, and featured artists such as Sizzla, Fredlock, Danny English and T. Rizzy. That same year in 2015 L-Stitch decided to change his name to I-Stitch. In 2016, I-Stitch went on a course in songwriting with the Great Michael “Mikkie T Bennett and Professor Rosalie Hamilton at the University of Technology, Jamaica. I-Stich wrote a song call “Ska and bounce” with his producer ‘Caveman’ which was released in September 2016, by Zojak. That same year he met his manager Sandra Carson. MUSIC Ska n bounce Teach the youths right Trilla Dance GUEST APPEARANCES AND PERFORMANCES Bennie Man Summa Sizzle 2018 Montreal International 2017 Cancer Benefit 2017 Galiday Bounce 2017 Family Funday 2017 All Spice 2016 Ghetto Splash 2016 SOCIAL MEDIA facebook.com/istitchachievement1 Instagram.com/istitchachievement/ CONTACT ckycarson@gmail.com

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