Michael May, popularly known as Flourgon is a Jamaican Dancehall musician who is credited as one of the pioneers of the dancehall genre. Some of his notable hits include; Bless My Soul, Zip It Up, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, and Madly In Love.
He began his own sound system known as Sweet Love which featured Sanchez, DJ Red Dragon, Daddy Lizzard and Buju Banton.
Between the 1980s and 1990s, he recorded for top producers including Philip ‘Fatis’ Burrell, Steely & Clevie and Winston riley.
Flourgon released a single titled, You Got Me Talking in 2016.
His brother is Leroy May, widely known as DJ Red Dragon. His son, Chad Hype is also a well-known musician.
His nickname, Flourgon is derived from his love for dumplings.
He was trained by Jamaican dancehall deejay, Patrick Bennett popularly known as Charlie Chaplin.
In 2018, he filed a $300 million lawsuit against Sony Music and singer, Miley Cyrus for copyright infringement stating that her 2013 lead single, “We Can’t Stop”, contained lyrics from his song, “We Run Things”.
F.A.Q. about Flourgon
When is his birthday?
Flourgon's birthday is on , 1970.
How old is he?
He is 51 years old.
Where is Flourgon from?
He was born in Kingston, Jamaica.