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Jazzie B is a British music producer. He played his first show with friends as 'Jah Rico' in 1977 but later changed the name to 'Soul II Soul' in 1982, as an umbrella for his various projects including a clothing line. The band Soul II Soul fronted by Jazzie and featuring a changing roster of musicians including Nellee Hooper and Caron Wheeler are best known for their 1989 UK and U.S. hits "Back to Life" and "Keep on Movin'". Both tracks were taken from their debut album Club Classics Vol 1. which reached number one in the UK Albums Chart and was certified triple platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. 

Jazzie B has produced or remixed tracks for The Fine Young Cannibals, Maxi Priest, James Brown, Kym Mazelle, Public Enemy, Isaac Hayes, Sinéad O'Connor, Teena Marie, Ziggy Marley, Nas and Destiny's Child. He is a founding director of the Featured Artists Coalition. In 2002, he was listed as one of the 100 Greatest Black Britons list, appointed OBE in 2008 and awarded the first Inspiration award at the Ivor Novello Awards. He currently hosts the show Back 2 Life on BBC London 94.9, playing funk, soul, reggae and house.

Nihal has been living for music since he started promoting rap shows in his native Essex while still doing his A Levels. By the time he was about to graduate he was signed to a major label, and since then he has been a music journalist, DJ and BBC television presenter. With his knowledge of music and the music industry, he is regularly asked to appear on TV and comment on music related issues from the Brits and Channel 5's The Wright Stuff to MTV Base's Hip Hop Candy. If that wasn't enough he has appeared on 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' twice.

Time Out London