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Junior Delgado born Oscar Hibbert began singing in his teens as Junior Hibbert, with the vocal group Time Unlimited. In 1975, Delgado decided to pursue a solo career and changed his name to Junior Delgado. Delgado was his long-time nickname.

His debut album 'Taste of the Young Heart' (1978) showcased his vocal style. In a 30-year career, Delgado recorded with the likes of Lee Perry, Sly and Robbie and Dennis Brown, Prince Jammy, Joe Gibbs, Augustus Pablo and Earl Chinna Smith. Famed for his roots style, his most successful songs included Raggamuffin Year and Fort Augustus. Throughout the early 1990s Delgado spent most of his time between recording and touring Britain where he had a strong fan base. He died of natural causes in his sleep on 11th April 2005 at his home in London.