David Constantine Brooks (born November 30, 1981), better known by his stage name Mavado, is a Jamaican musician, actor, DJ and music producer. Brooks was raised in an area known as "Cuban", a micro ghetto within the heart of Kingston, Jamaica's Cassava Piece community. His grandmother gave him his first musical experience at a young age, bringing him to church to sing.
Damani Ralph (born 6 November 1980 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican football player, who last played for Russian team FC Rubin Kazan in Russia. Ralph began playing football as a boy in Jamaica.
Sanchez (born Kevin Anthony Jackson, 30 November 1964, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican Reggae and dancehall singer Jackson was given the nickname 'Sanchez' due to his football skills - a reference to a footballer of that name. After working with several Kingston sound systems he began recording and had his first hit with "Lady In Red", recorded for producer Red Man.
Alexandra ("Sandie") Richards (born November 6, 1968 in Clarendon Park) is a Jamaican track and field athlete. She was a bronze medalist in the 4x400 m relay at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. She was a world junior representative, finishing third in the 400 m at the 1986 Championships.
Mario Swaby (born 6 November 1982) is a Jamaican international footballer who plays for Portmore United, as a midfielder. Swaby has played club football for Portmore United. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2007
Devon Linton McDonald (born November 8, 1969 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a former professional American football player who played linebacker for three seasons for the Indianapolis Colts and one season for the Arizona Cardinals. McDonald later played for the Tampa Bay Storm in the Arena Football League. McDonald played linebacker at Kennedy High School in Paterson, New Jersey.
Patra (born Dorothy Smith, 22 November 1972, Kingston, Jamaica) is a dancehall singer. In her beginnings as a female dancehall deejay in the late 1980s, she used the stage name Lady Patra. She first made an impression on the US charts as a featured singer on the Shabba Ranks song, "Family Affair", which hit #84 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1994. Her first solo recording, "Worker Man"
Ricardo McDonald (born 1969-11-08) is a former linebacker in the National Football League that played for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Chicago Bears. He played college football for the University of Pittsburgh. His twin brother Devon McDonald played linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts and the Arizona Cardinals.
Diana King (born 8 November 1970, Spanish Town, Jamaica) is a reggae fusion singer-songwriter who specifically performed a mixture and fusion of R&B, reggae and dancehall. She was born to a Indo-Jamaican father and an Afro Jamaican mother. After making an appearance on The Notorious B.I.G.'s 1994 song "Respect," from his album Ready to Die, she signed a recording contract with Sony Music.
Jimmy London (b. Trevor Shaw, 30 November 1949, Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who first recorded in the late 1960s, and achieved chart success both in Jamaica and the United Kingdom in the early and mid-1970s. London was a member of vocal duo The Inspirations, along with Ransford White (later known as Billy Dyce).