Steely & Clevie was a Jamaican dancehall reggae production duo that was composed of members Wycliffe Johnson and Cleveland Browne. The duo worked with artists such as the Specials, Gregory Peck (“Poco Man Jam,” 1990), Bounty Killer, Elephant Man, and No Doubt.
Steely debuted as a keyboardist with Sugar Minott‘s Youth Promotion collective in the 1970s, playing the keyboards on Minott’s 1978 album, Ghetto-ology. Clevie pioneered the use of drum machines in reggae. Steely and Clevie first played together at Lee “Scratch” Perry‘s Black Ark Studios during the late 1970s.