Lee Perry was a Jamaican record producer and singer noted for his innovative studio techniques and production style.
Lee Perry Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry died at age 85 on August 29, 2021. He died in a hospital in Lucea, northern Jamaica.
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s cause of death is not known yet.
Perry was born Rainford Hugh Perry in the Hanover parish of northwest Jamaica in 1936 and left school when he was young.
Perry is known for his pioneering experiments in dub, which revolutionized not only reggae but also hip hop, dance, and other genres.
Lee Perry was married to Mireille Perry. He left behind six children; Cleopatra Perry, Marsha Perry, Omar Perry, and Marvin (Sean) Perry.