Vytal credits Buju Banton, Dennis Brown and R. Kelly as some of his main influences and has nurtured a style that brings together elements from these artists.
Stenneth Waugh, a.k.a. Singa Vytal is a singer and songwriter, born in Manchester, Jamaica. He first attended the Cumberland all age school in the parish, but later move to live in Kingston after his grandmother with whom he was living died.
He started attending the Denham town secondary school in Kingston at age 12.
He made strides in his education endeavers progressing at every stage at Denham Town. In grade eleven he met Mark Myrie a.k.a Buju Banton his class mate.
Upon graduating from Denham Town he moved to live in Old Harbour St Catherine where he got his first opportunity to showcase his talent, singing at a church concert in his community but it was not his time yet to become an artist.
Singa Vytal began to take music seriously when he visited the Zion Yard studio in his community. He did his first song “Sad Ending” in 2011 and he entered the JCDC festival song competition and again in 2012 to date and has continued to release top quality songs to this date.