Dwight Arrington Myers, also known as Heavy D, is a Jamaican-American rapper, record producer, singer and actor. Myers was the head of Heavy D & the Boyz, a group comprised of G-Whiz dancer / singer, "Trouble" T. Roy, and DJ and producer Eddie F. The band maintained a substantial following in the United States for most of the 1990s. The band's five albums were produced by Teddy Riley, Marley Marl, DJ Premier, his cousin Pete Rock, and Eddie. F. Myers has also released four solo albums. albums and discovered Soul for Real and Monifah.
|Birth name||Dwight Arrington Myers|
|Born||May 24, 1967, Mandeville, Jamaica|
|Origin||Mount Vernon, New York, United States|
|Died||November 8, 2011, Los Angeles, California|
|Genres||Hip hop, reggae fusion|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, record executive, record producer|
|Associated acts||Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Heavy D & the Boyz, Marley Marl, Teddy Riley, Super Cat, Al B. Sure, Erick Sermon, Monifah, Eddie F|
He gained to popularity as a UK buyer on the reality show Storage Hunters, where he was born Colin Newell but is better known as Heavy D [Reality Star]. He later made an appearance on Celebrity Big Brother's 18th season.
In the 2013 short film Seconds Out, he made his first appearance as a star, writer, director, and producer.
He dabbled in acting before lending his voice to the video game Guitar Hero Live in 2015.
He was born and reared in the English capital of London.
Musician from Beverly Hills, California. Pete Rock. Take a break at Ferncliff Cemetery. The artists synthesized Reggae. Jamaicans immigrated to the United States. MCA Records artists. New York rapper. East Coast hip-hop musician. Record Producers in California. Leaders of the United States Music Industry. Los Angeles businessman