NATURAL ITES Formed in 1981, the vocal trio of Percydread, Ossie Samms aka Ossie Gad) and Neil Foster headed a changing line-up of instrumentalists and players known as the Realistics.
Their hit song 'In My House' is still as fresh as it was, since first aired in 1982. The song has become a positive anthem for many Rastafarians worldwide.
PERCYDREAD: Percydread continues to perform his material live, as well as vocal work with Highness and Sama Sound Systems. He continues to tour around the UK and throughout Europe.
UPSIDE DOWNSIDE : Percydreads debut solo album Upside Downside, is reggae roots drawing on contemporary sounds with Rastafarianism at its spiritual core. Produced by Lenroy Guiste
OTHER WORK: Working as a voice and performance tutor with young people using creativity to give life skills (Fallen Angels Project at the Art & Education centre) also The ACFF (Afro Caribbean Education Centre) on the MAPP programme. This is a music and performance programme for children who have difficulties, for one reason or another. Percy has also delivered a number of workshop performances for young children relating to the history curriculum.
Commissions to write a songs i.e for George Africanus,The first Known free black man in Nottingham which subsequently became part of the Black presence exhibition featuring a plaque laid to commemorate Georges life.
Percy continues to perform throughout the UK and Europe spreading the message of One Love&Inity.