Millie Small was a Jamaican singer who stunned the music business in 1964, when her wildly catchy breakout single, "My Boy Lollipop," reached number two on both the U.S. and U.K. charts, and later went on to become one of the top-selling ska hits of all time. Just a teenager at the time, Small never managed to top her initial commercial success, although she did record a second album for the Trojan label in 1970 which featured a more mature sound and included the politically charged single "Enoch Power." Little was heard from Small after she left the business in the early '70s, though rumors of new material persisted up until her death from a stroke in 2020. Born Millicent Small in Clarendon, she was the daughter of an overseer on a sugar plantation and was one of the very few female singers in the early ska era in Clarendon. She was ...
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