Lutan Fyah is a revolutionary spirit delivering a message of love, peace, and unity through hard hitting reggae and dancehall rhythms on stages all over the world. Born Anthony Martin, in 1975 in Spanish Town, St. Catherine Parish, Jamaica, Lutan Fyah was exposed to music at a very early age. He first decided to study architecture at the University of Technology and played professional football for Constant Spring FC before focusing on music. Using the stage name Lutan Fyah, sometimes credited as Lute and Fyah, he started his musical career in 1999. Lutan’s initial influence of African consciousness was instilled by his grandfather Tamba, and his spiritual identity is rooted in Rastafar-I, Bobo Ashanti.
He has headlined shows in over 30 countries around the world and performs on stages of some of the biggest festivals across the globe. He’s recorded roughly over 200 singles and 13 albums in his career, collaborating as well with Rebelution, Chronixx, Luciano, Anthony B, Lady G, and many more.