A Jamaican inspired singer and lyricist. Although born in London, UK, of both British- and Jamaican-born parents, PJ Marcus, cannot seem to escape the Jamaican musical influence that surrounds him through his family. Legendary Jamaican reggae artistes of the likes of Bob Marley and Denis Brown have been his inspiration from a very young age but with his love for music variety, he also been influenced by renowned international hip-hop artistes such as 2pac, Biggie, Nas and Wu tang. A globe-trotter at best, PJ has already travelled on various music tours but one of his dearest achievements was playing the role as Tupac Shakur (?2pac?) in the play "Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame" at Hackney Empire in London. As a young and talented artist, he is focused on becoming ?one of the greats? in the UK and the world and not surprisingly, with such a talented voice that he has developed and perfected from his younger days on radio stations and on the streets, he is now regarded as one of the best up-and-coming artists in the UK.