About Scientist Louie Lepkie Willie Red
Louie Lepkie (first name varies from Louie, Lui and Luie and the second Lepke, Lepki) was born the 12th of August, 1957, in Kingston St. Ann. His first recording was "Can't Take Me Landlord" under the name of Ron Lepki. He then went on to record the popular album "Late Night Movie" for Joe Gibbs. In '82 he cut the album Willie Red for the Hitbound label. The album was recorded at Channel One and mixed by Scientist. Lepke wasn't bound to any specific Sound System but would perform with sounds such as Gemini, King Sturgav and Volcano. He would in the 80's relocate to New York. In December 1987, at the age of 30, Lui was shot and murdered outside a Manhattan dance hall reggae lounge.