Born in St. Thomas, Jamaica, Glenton Foreman as his parents named him had a keen interest in music from the late eighties, when he started to DJ like his mentor ‘Ninja man’, at sessions in and around communities in St. Thomas on sound systems such as Libra Force and Techniques.
A major competition was held in Rocky Point, St. Thomas by Lee’s unlimited and Glenton entered and won first place, it was there that Simple Simon a well known artist, identified him as an artist with potential and took him to Kingston at Black Scorpio Studio where he met Johnny Osbourne who heard him and then gave him the name Ninja Ford .
Ninja Ford started recording, his first single “Pass Di Coffin” was for Duke Records after which he continues to put out singles such as “Jump Over Board” on the John John Label, “Pet We no Powder” on the Bobby Digital Label, “Bad Man pleasure” on Dennis Star label and “Big Life” on the Pure and Clean Label, just to name a few.
Convinced the world is ready for him, Ninja Ford started performing on stage shows and clubs. His first stage appearance was at Sting 1991, when Ninja man introduced him to the world has his son. Ninja Ford keeps appearing on several shows after that, events such as; “Reggae in the Valley”, “Jam Jam”, Spring Break, St. Mary mi come from” and much more.