Barrington Ainsworth Levy is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist. Barrington has been making music since 1977, originally starting in Jamaican dancehalls at the age of 14. By the time his 1980 album Robin Hood was released, Levy was one of the biggest Jamaican stars, and saw his international fame growing as well, especially in the United Kingdom. Levy made his debut as a producer on the rare 1981 showcase album titled Run Come Ya. Levy performed on two tracks on Long Beach Dub All Stars 1999 album Right Back, and also played a few shows with the band. He was featured on a 1999 track by the Rascalz titled “Top of the World”, also featuring K-os.
Levy also appeared on two singles by rapper Shyne (“Bad Boyz” and “Bonnie & Shyne”), and on a track for drum and bass artist Aphrodite’s 2000 album Aftershock. “Here I Come” returned to the charts in 2001, with a new version by Levy and Talisman P reaching number 37 in the UK. In September 2013 he released the single “Love the Way She Love”, a collaboration with Mr. Vegas, and announced an acoustic album featuring new songs and reworkings of old songs such as “Prison Oval Rock” and “Black Roses”. His album, Acousticalevy, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album in 2016.