May 22, 2020

REGGAE Music producer Bobby Digital has died

"Robert "Bobby Digital" Dixon, one of reggae's most successful music producers, died here Thursday at age 59.

His son, Sheldon "Calibud" Stewart, told the OBSERVER ONLINE that he succumbed to a kidney-related illness.

Dixon produced a number of hit the late 1980s; Peenie Peenie, Just Reality, Live Blanket and Wicked In A Bed.

 Other hit songs produced by Dixon were Till I'm Laid to Rest by Buju Banton, Cocoa Tea and Admiral Tibet's Serious Times, Garnet Silk's It's Growing and Sizzla's Black Woman and Child.

He also produced Don't Haffi Dread, the breakthrough song and album by Morgan Heritage.

Robert "Bobby Digital" Dixon is survived by his wife Merva, three children, two grandchildren, a sister and two brothers."