Introducing: Thorpido – His music, videos and biography
Marvin Lloyd Thorpe (born July 23, 1986), better known by his stage name *Thorpido, is a Jamaican Reggae Recording Artist & songwriter. He is best known for is Hit single “Teach them the way”, which peak at # 1 on CVM TV Hit List video Chart. He is said to have taken his stage name from his surname.
Thorpido was born in Kingston Jamaica. In 1991, he moved to Pembroke Hall St. Mary. At the age of nine while enrolled at Jeffery Town All Age school.
He developed a passion for music while listening to the likes of Buju Banton, Capleton, and Bounty Killer. Then he would write songs consisting of four lines and sing aloud with his brothers.
He finished high school where he represents Tacky High in both football and cricket. From there then Thorpido continued his musical journey where in 2004 he started recording songs with his brothers and friends. His friend would use a cassette recorder to record his songs. These songs played in his community which enrolled him to perform at concerts.
By 2007, he had written dozens of songs and had performed on stage shows. In 2010, Thorpido released his first single, song titled “Evil Deeds” on the Assault riddim under the Kaos Production Label. He performed on TVJ smile Jamaica roll out and gets radio played also.
Thorpido released other single such as “Missing you”, “Love and let’s grow”, under The Kaos Production and Pic-Axe Production. Also “Down in Jamaica” on the Bitter Winds riddim under Doobie Sound, a label from Sweden. Thorpido is uplifting and teaching people through music across the world.
- Release date: 2016-10-20