Chris Campbell is a MOBO and Brit award-winning musician who works with us on YY&M's Youth Justice project.

He is an accomplished guitarist, most notably working as MD on Finley Quaye’s album, Maverick A Strike (considered by some as a definitive reggae album). Alongside this, Chris has either played, recorded or worked with numerous artists including: Alton Ellis, Dennis Brown, Horace Andy, Eeka Mouse, Big Youth, Levi Roots, Iration Steppas, LTJ Buckham and William Orbit, as well as being a founder member of Dub Asanti and MD for Shazne Lewis.

Chris loves working with disadvantaged young people, bringing his years of experience of professional playing into educational settings. He’s patient and thorough, and there doesn’t seem to be anything he doesn’t know about playing the guitar, or anything he can’t do!

What better way to learn about Chris than hearing from the man himself? Here he is talking about the origin of the name for his reggae band, Mojah: