In collaboration with High Grade

Born in Bristol to West Indian parents, Marshall joined the Bristol music scene as a member of the sound system "The Wild Bunch" in the 1980s. This project included the other two founding members of Massive Attack, Robert del Naja and Andrew Vowles.
At the time, Daddy was one of the youngest DJs in town.
In 1986, The Wild Bunch disbanded. Del Naja, Vowles and Marshall then formed the trip hop group Massive Attack in 1988, which is believed to have paved the way for the Bristol Sound along with Portishead and Tricky.
Between 2001 and 2005, Marshall was absent from Massive Attack and in fact 100th Window was the band's only album in which he made no major contributions.




Great Britain