King Stitt, aka "The Ugly One", started his musical adventure long before the otherwise wonderful deejeys U Roy or Big Youth. Persuaded to deejeying by the illustrious Count Machuki. Throughout the years of his career, he was associated with the Downbeat Sound System of Coxsone Dodd. Stitt became the first studio-recorded deejay to hit the charts. King Stitt toasting "Haul it from the top, To the very last drop" is probably one of the most characteristic chants in the history of Jamaican deejaying. Stitt was extremely knowledgeable about the Studio One recordings.
Design: King Stit t-shirt graphic is an original illustration, an artistic pencil sketch, made of handwritten spontaneously scribbles.