Romaine Anderson, better known by his stage name Blak Ryno, is a dancehall deejay from Portmore, Jamaica. He grew up in the Waterford section of Portmore, St. Catherine and attended Bridgeport High School. His love for music started in high school, however It wasn’t until he was 16 years old when he joined up with a seven man group called the East Side. His love for music soured and after he graduated high school he decided to become a professional deejay.
Blak Ryno got his big break when he performed in front of Vybz Kartel in a local Portmore talent show. Ryno was so impressive that Vybz Kartel decided to sign him to his “Portmore Empire” camp. His first ever recorded single was “Shelle-le-le” in 2005 and that got him some attenttion on the streets. Once word got out that Ryno has potential to become a new superstar, major artist and labels in the industry started to keep an eye on him. In 2007, Vybz Kartel decided to sign Blak Ryno officially under the Portmore Empire – Adidjaheim Records, where he would become Vybz Kartel right hand man. After signing Ryno, Kartel decided to have his new artist tour the Caribbean to gain experience performing live. Ryno preformed as far as France and Switzerland in front of very large very large crowds. Soon after Blak Ryno came out with more music along with videos including hit songs “Bike Back”, “Bawl Out” and “Money Haffi Mek”. In Februar, 2010 Blak Ryno decided to part ways from the Portmore Empire and go out on his own.
Jamaican Dancehall deejay Blak Ryno was born on December 1984, Portmore, Jamaica. His real name Romaine Anderson who grew up in Waterford and attended school at Bridgeport High. Black Ryno always remained positive despite the negitivity around him. Ryno used to preform his music talent in high school. It wasn’t until he was around 16 years of age when he joined up with a Seven man group called the East Side. From then his love for music continued. Blak Ryno knew he had to make a big decision with his carear after he left school, either work or sing. He choose the impossible task to become a DeeJay in Jamaicans competitive music industry hoping to come out on top.