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Jonny Don't Cry
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Colin Alwin Harris hails from the small country of Guyana, South America. In the music industry, he is known as the reggae fusion artist Colle Kharis. Colle Kharis was born on June 6, 1974, June 6, 1974, in Kitty, a district of Georgetown, in the Demerara-Mahaica Region of Guyana, South America. The fifth of six children, he grew up in Bachelors' Adventure, a village on the Eastern coast of Demerara, adjacent to the Melanie Damishana housing scheme. In 1990, he immigrated to Brooklyn, New York, USA, with his family. After graduating from high school, he joined the United States, serving as Ground Radar Systems Specialist. While serving in Airforce at Eglin Air Force Base, Colle Kharis began recording his debut album titled Defined Versatility. One of his first major performances was the headliner for recording star Wayne Wonder. Over the next year, he would continue headlining for many hip-hop artists such as Slick Rick, Mr. Cheeks, Pastor Troy, Roy Jones, Jr., Archie Eversole, Chamillionaire, Lil' Flip, Pastor Troy, and more. It is no small coincidence that his stage name "Colle Kharis" is a byproduct of his birth name.