Lushard AKA Lushy was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He attended the Constant Spring All-Age School in his elementary years and later graduated Charlie Smith Comprehensive High School. Lushy has developed an interest in reggae music at a very early age. His father was a promoter of reggae music; hence Lushy grew up surrounded by legendary reggae music performers, where he was exposed to nothing but the best. This environment deeply influenced Lushy which resulted into him forming a keen interest, in authentic reggae music. Lushy further enhanced the positive influence of reggae music by adding his own unique charisma and style to his lyrics and music. Therefore his reggae tunes are presented as an arrangement of complete musical artistry. When entertaining, Lushy informs and keeps his listeners in tune to his conscious lyrics while they dance to his music. Lushy's music is captivating with influences from artists such as: Yellowman, Maxi Priest, Shine Head, Junior Reid, Super Cat, Bob Marley and the Notorious BIG among others. Lushy has appeared on major shows such as Shock Attack, Champion in Action, Border Clash, Sting, Sumfest, Teensplash, Tastee Concert, Star Wave, Cultrurama, etcetera. He has also performed at the famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, Toads Place in New Haven, Connecticut, Rockefeller Theatre in Buffalo, New York, Club Vegas in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cotton Club in Cleveland, Ohio, Studio 53rd in Miami, Florida, Q-Club in Queens, New York, Club Eclipse in Newark, New Jersey, and many more. During his tenure Lushy toured the Caribbean, Canada, England, and the U.S. with artists; Shabba Ranks, Pinchers, Buju Banton, Lady Saw, Capleton, Beenie Man, Ghost, Sanchez, Bounty Killer, Johny P, Merciless, Singing Sweet, Richie Stephens, Junior Reid, Luciano, Chuck Fenda, Shaggy, and Turbulence, among many others. Lushy\'s life drastically changed and improved when he connected with the Striker Lee Label. He successfully recorded his first release \'\'Gal Uno Sweet\'\' on the compilation album title \'\'Bam Bam\'\'. He then joined forces with Stone Love, Koreange, Collin Fat, Record Factory, Stereo One, TMI, Buss Rock, Soner Records, African Star (a compilation album ft. Garnet Silk, Capleton and Roundhead), and many others. Some of Lushy's chart buster hits include: "Brown Eye Girl", which was well received in Canada, "Mate Hear Say", another popular hit in Jamaica, Japan, Canada, and the United States. Lushy's single \'\'Think Mi Dun\'\' was released on the Stone Love Label. He then followed up with another hit "So Much Trouble\'\' featuring Bob Marley. Lushy later signed a three year contract with ADEX Entertainment, a Los Angeles, California base company and label. ADEX Entertainment released Lushy's single, entitled \'\'Exercise\'\' which, like all his singles, has gained many positive responses. Since then Lushy has teamed up with Dejaret Entertainment, where he has recorded hits such as "Oh No" featuring Wyclef Jean. Lushy has guest starred in NuMedia Production's; "The Real Show", among stars Shay Lamb and Louie Ranks. Lushy has kept busy by forming his own label; WATS-IT-NOT Entertainment, releasing his newest single, "Obama", presently ripping the scene, through a variety of medias such as radio, television, dancehall, online and through other written medias. With the continued support from his fans, Lushy will undoubtedly remain on the golden path to success.