Under the guidance of U-Roy and surrounded by youths such as Jim Kelly, who helped to popularize the Kilimanjaro Sound System, Charlie Chaplin was growing in status as a sound and conscious Roots-DJ from his early years on. Songs like "Mother in Law", "Chaplin Chant" or "Naw Leave Me Chalwa"did very well for him internationally.
During his successful career he has given us albums such as "Two Sides of Charlie Chaplin", "Take Two", "Cry Blood", "Old & New Testament", and "Too Hot to Handle".
|1999||Royal Blessing (Ministry of Reggae Music)|
|1998||De Historic Return of King StarGuv / Live in the UK (Baba Boom)|
|1997||Ras Portraits (Ras)|
|1994||Kings of Dancehall (VP)|
|1994||Too Hot to Handle (RAS)|
|1991||Cry Blood (Ras)|
|1990||20 Super Hits (Sonic Sounds)|
|1990||Take Two! (RAS)|
|1989||Two Sides of Charlie Chaplin (RAS)|
|early release||Charlie! (Silva)|
|early release||Old & New Testament (RAS)|
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