What's your earliest memory of Kingston?
For me Kingston is like Port-au-Prince, I first visited in 1994 and was amazed by the colour and life of the people.
What would you do if you were mayor (of Kingston) for a day?
I would provide a one-day training seminar for inner-city youths so that they can build a foundation to get a job.
Share with us the title of the last book you read.
The Prince by Machiavelli
What's your middle name?
Wycleff is actually my middle name; my first name is Neluse.
And the last bit of music that stirred your soul?
Earthquake by yours truly
Which cologne are you currently splashing?
I don't use cologne; I use mostly Egyptian oils and frankincense.
Share with us your last bit of retail therapy.
What is your preferred beverage?
I'm not really much into alcohol. I prefer to drink some orange juice.
What was your most memorable meal in Kingston?
Scotchie's Jerk...that food is addictive. Sharon Burke took me there back in October during my last trip to Jamaica.
What are your current projects?
Working on the promotion for my EP If I Were President: The Haitian Experience and I have another single, Forever, which comes out on iTunes in February. And I'm currently in Haiti, one year after, still trying to get some help for my people.
What upsets you?
When people show prejudice.
What are your favourite spots on the island?
Ocho Rios and Kingston.
Share some places in your Black Book.
Platinum Studios in Manhattan, Restaurant Row on 46th Street, and Port-au-Prince...always.
Finally, what's your philosophy?
To live for yourself is to live selfishly, but to live for others is to live eternally.