Born Delisser McFarlane in St Ann, Jamaica. Kharuso started singing in the church. His early influences were not limited to gospel, as he tuned into singers like Alton Ellis and Dennis Brown.

He has been recording since his teens. His first released song was a take on Michael Jackson’s Watch Me, produced by the Class One label.

Kharuso is signed to Magnum Force Entertainment Records and is working on his first album.

Songs — Never Doubt Yourself, Look Of A Lion, Dem Nuh Real and Too Much Pressure On The Poor are all original songs that he wrote.

Kharuso was the 2010 JCDC winner with the song ‘My Jamaica’. He has performed in hotels along the north coast of Jamaica for several years. He also travelled throughout the Caribbean and The Netherlands.

He as shared stage with the likes of Sizzla, Capelton, Jimmy and Tarus Riley among others.

Kharuso is a cultural artist who tries to keep the spiritually in his music. He explains,”I write my own songs and the social commentary in my songs is to uplift people, because I know righteousness exalted the nation so I never leave out the Almighty”. He continues, “I also love to sings Lover’s Rock for the ladies. That’s why I love Beres Hammond and Luciano who strongly represents both sides of music.”