Henry "Junjo" Lawes  

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Henry "Junjo" Lawes (1960, Kingston, Jamaica13 June 1999, London, England) was a highly influential record producer, who worked with many reggae, dancehall and dub artists such as Linval Thompson, Scientist, Barrington Levy, Don Carlos, Frankie Paul and most importantly with Yellowman, all for his record label Volcano, which spawned a highly popular sound system of the same name.

He later worked with Beenie Man and Ninjaman.

On 14 June 1999, he was shot to death in a drive-by shooting, whilst in Harlesden, North West London. The case remains unsolved.

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