Alandon was born Alan Lynfatt in “Waterhouse,” Kingston, Jamaica. His dominant persona and charismatic attitude earned him the nickname Alandon. As a youth everyone always referred to him as the “Don” thus his first name Alan was combined with Don to form his Moniker.
Alandon emigrated to America and settled in Hartford, Connecticut. His entertainment career began as a dancer with Bill Blacks. He began traveling to the studio and shows with one of Connecticut’s most notable artists, Gucci Flava. When Gucci Flava relocated back to Jamaica, this event had a profound effect on Alandon because Gucci was like a brother. Moving forward, Alandon was able to find inspiration and solace in recording music.
He has performed on the same stage with Beenieman, Bounty Killer, Jah Vinci, Mavado, Tarrus Riley, and Yellowman.
Recently, Alandon appeared on Dre Island’s debut album, Now I Rise, on the track “Run to You,” as well as on Blakkamoore’s album, Upward Spiral, on the song “Tomorrow Belongs To Us.”
Easy Star is excited to have AlanDon appear on the label for the first time on the Star Chile EP.
NEWS ABOUT ALANDON
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