TamaRe / About
Kemar Henry was born to Winsome Clark on the twenty ninth 29th of August nineteen eighty five (1985) at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital Kingston Jamaica. He attended Tarant basic and primary then moved on to Calabar High in the year nineteen ninety seven (1997). He was a focused student at school but he took special interest in poetry tough not expecting this amount to much more than a hobby. However in the eleventh grade being encouraged by his peers that the flow of his poems was much like that of rap music he started writing music. In two thousand and two(2002) while still at school he started doing dancehall music being inspired by artist such as Vybz Kartel and Sizzla Kalongi and loving his culture but still had a rap flow which came naturally so he decided to do rap music instead.
In Two thousand and three (2003) he started doing music in a group called Kemxtry Muzic consisting of four (4) males D.Shade, Alti Ego, Frass and TamRe using the name krysis at the time. The group would practice at the Emancipation Park every Saturday that also was where the group members would socialize. The group was making head way they went on KLAS Radio in two thousand and five (2005) with a performance of the song Seven (7) months. The group decided to get some direction from music producer Jean Peli who also produced songs for Alaine. At this time however Frass had left the group and was replaced by Kash Kapree. Jean Peli encouraged the group to change their genre of musi from Rap and RnB to Dancehall as Rap music was not the genre for the Jamaican market. This had the group at odds because while two members of the group was up for doing dancehall music TamRe and Kash Kapree decided that was not the road for them. From that point on TamRe took up a solo career in music doing rap occasionally doing collaborations with Kash Kapree. In two thousand and eight(2008) The reboot mixtape with Orville Smith also known as Time Unlimited which is getting airplay in Jamaica. In Two Thousand and nine (2009) he started doing music with Ace from Miami Florida where he did " Cash Feelings" which was released in that same year and got good response. He also was making downloads of other instrumentals from sites such as Dot piff.com, he would do his recordings in a home studio where either D Shade or himself would preform the task. At that time e could not find a producer locally who would take his talent seriously. In Two Thousand and Eleven he met producer and friend I Am France things started to upgrade and his career went on a professional level. This motivated him even more to take his music as a career. It was at Main focus Studios in Two Thousand and Thirteen he recorded such as "Up" and Abracadabra. In Two Thousand and Twelve - Two Thousand and Thirteen (2012-2013) he got in contact with George Tatum and did the song "Up" that was released December 2014 on Coast to Coast mix tapes in the top One hundred (100). He also did an album which is not released as yet due to indecision on whether to release as an album or singles. He also did some tracks with Dominque West Ninety Nine (99) Doors Entertainment for a mixtape One hundred (100) Bottles TamRe and Gkid, Victory TamRe and Krimmi to name a few. He then move to Don’t Fight It Productions (DFIP) in Two Thousand and Fourteen (2014). In Two Thousand and Fifteen he did "Aint Making" collaboration with Demo and collaborations with Bank Roll such as "Scheming" among other recordings waiting to be released. Did "Bomb on Entry" on Overdrive part 1, "Pump" on Overdrive part 2 which was also on the Coast to Coast mixtape in the top 100 early 2013 "Diamonds on Everything" mixtape white out producer tittle track "Diamonds on Everything" Currently he is working on a mixtape with Krimmi Overdrive part 3.