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Video Transcript. Man armor answers to and I. But the monkey baby. But the monkey business. It is with the heaviest of hearts to announce that Frederick Nathaniel "Toots" Hibbert passed away peacefully tonight, surrounded by his family at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica Thanks to his full-throated vocals, he was often referred to as "The Otis Redding of Reggae" - but he was always Toots.
The youngest of seven children, he grew up singing gospel music in a church choir - but it was school where he formed his ambition to become a performer.
His mother, a midwife, died when he was eight, with his father dying three years later. As a teenager, he moved to Kingston, where he lived with his older brother John who had nicknamed him "Little Toots" and found work in a barbershop. There, he struck a friendship with singers Jerry Matthius and Raleigh Gordon, with whom he formed the Maytals.
In , the year Jamaica gained independence from the United Kingdom, they were discovered by Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, who signed them to his Studio One label. Over the next 10 years, they released a string of hit singles including Fever, Bam Bam, and Sweet and Dandy. But the group hit a roadblock in , when Hibbert was arrested for possession of marijuana. He served nine months in jail and, on his release, recorded That's My Number - a reference to his prison number.
It became one of the first reggae songs to receive widespread popularity outside Jamaica, introducing many Europeans to the sound for the first time.
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