This sculpture is of a Rastafarian DJ singer from Jamaica from the late 1970’s, the heyday of the rise of the DJ as artist in reggae music. This style of music was the foundation of Hip hop as we know it today. Sound systems in Jamaica would set up in courtyards and the DJ would rhyme and sing over the instrumental dub track.
This metal scupture is made from welded steel, painted with oil enamel, and is designed to hang off the wall.
He measures 3 feet 8 inches by 1 foot 9 inches wide by 1 foot 9 inches deep.