Five Steez is an independent underground Hip Hop artiste from Kingston, Jamaica. He began making a name for himself with the release of his mixtape, 'The Momentum: Volume One', with Bronx, New York-based DJ Ready Cee, in December 2010. He then followed up with 'The Momentum: Volume Two' in October 2011  and finally released his debut album, 'War for Peace', in August 2012. The album was well received by Hip Hop websites  as well as the Jamaican print media, which labelled it an unexpected landmark release from Jamaica. In October 2014, he released his EP, 'These Kingston Times', to equally rave reviews, followed by 2016's EP, 'HeatRockz'. He also organized Kingston, Jamaica's premier Hip Hop event, Pay Attention, from 2012 - 2015, with the local Hip Hop collective, The Council, of which he is one-fourth. In 2019, he will return with the album, 'Love N Art'.
- 2012: War for Peace
- 2013: War for Peace (Remix EP)
- 2014: These Kingston Times
- 2016: HeatRockz (w/ Mordecai)
- 2010: The Momentum: Volume One (w/ DJ Ready Cee)
- 2011: Yard Rebel (w/ DJ MadLogic)
- 2011: The Momentum: Volume Two (w/ DJ Ready Cee)
- 2016: The Momentum: Volume Three (w/ DJ Ready Cee)
with The Council
- 2016: Forgotten Parables (EP)
- 2017: Nothing Else Matters (Album)
- "iTunes - Music - War for Peace by Five Steez", iTunes, 22 October 2012. Retrieved on 7 December 2012.
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- "Internet-tional music". The Gleaner. Retrieved 9 November 2017.