Rolando Ephraim McLean (born 1 October 1970), better known as Yami Bolo, is a Jamaican reggae singer, musician, artist, and performer.
Yami Bolo grew up in Kingston 13. His first professional job and exposure was with Sugar Minott's Youth Promotion Crew. His first singles were released in 1986, and he had his greatest success working with Augustus Pablo in the late 1980s and early 1990s, on singles such as "Struggle in Babylon".
He has worked as an Ambassador for reggae around the world. He contributed to Damian Marley's 2001 Grammy Award winning album Halfway Tree (2002 Best Reggae Album).Source: Wikipedia
|Birth name:||Rolando Ephraim McLean|
|Born:||1 October 1970 (1970-10) (age 43)|
|Instruments:||Vocalist and Musician|