Ijah Reece (born Maurice Campbell Jnr 29 October 1989 St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician, who was raised in St. Mary’s, St. Elizabeth. He was given the name Ijah Reece by a friend while doing the rounds in St. Elizabeth.
His first break came in 2010 when he released the single; To the one I Love and Sweet Jamaica for Flava squad Records. He then released a steady stream of singles that won him popular acclaim. In 2015 he got introduced to producer Skunga Kong, son of veteran roots reggae singer I Kong, the nephew of famed reggae pioneer Leslie Kong.
Kong eventually took Reece under his tutelage and began mentoring him and produce his music in his Tabernacle recording studio. In 2016, Reece was featured on the 4/20 released titled “Hashoil Riddim” on Kong’s Skunga Records label; which was unofficially released in Europe by sound systems and released in 2018 via zojakworld wide distribution.
2019 saw Ijah Reece being a part of the “Tabernacle Posse” a collective founded by Skunga Kong; recording a showcase album featuring aspiring youth from a rural parish of Jamaica called St. Elizabeth collaborating with veteran artist I Kong to bring forth life to “I Kong meets the Tabernacle Posse” a showcase album. Which has been released in china and worldwide on April 26th 2019, distributed by Db Bros Records Limited. China’s only record label designated to reggae and dancehall.