Born Robert Brammer, dancehall deejay Clint Eastwood first made a name for himself performing with deejay General Saint (born Winston Hislop) in Great Britain. Noted for putting on lively, theatrical and humorous performances, Eastwood and Saint came to be known as a novelty act in Jamaica. In the mid '80s the two split up to pursue solo careers. Their biggest selling album was Two Bad D.J. (1981).
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