Dillinger (born Lester Bullock, 25 June 1953, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae artist. As a young man growing up in Kingston, Dillinger would hang around Dennis Alcapone's El Paso sound system. This exposure would eventually lead to work in 1971, as a deejay on the Prince Jackie and El Paso sound systems, initially influenced by Big Youth, U Roy, and Dennis Alcapone, and performing as "Dennis Alcapone Jr.". The first record producer he worked with was Lee "Scratch" Perry, who decided that Bullock should change his name to Dillinger, after gangster John Dillinger. He was part of the second wave of deejay toasters who rose to prominence during the mid-1970s. In 1974, he recorded "Freshly" for Yabby You, and 1975 saw a slew of releases with a variety of producers including Augustus Pablo ("Brace a Boy"), Joseph Hoo Kim ("CB 200"), and Coxsone Dodd ("Killer Man Jaro"). Albums for Dodd (Ready Natty Dreadie) and Hoo Kim (CB 200 and Bionic Dread) would soon follow. His hit "Cocaine In My Brain", produced by Hoo Kim (which relied heavily on "Do It Any Way You Wanna" by the People's Choice) was hugely popular internationally, and was a number 1 hit in the Netherlands. His output dropped somewhat in the mid-1980s but he returned to recording in the early 1990s. Dillinger is known for his quick wit, humorous lyrics, and vulgar content (e.g. on the track "Crabs in My Pants"). "Cocaine In My Brain" was featured on the K-Jah reggae radio station K-Jah West in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. In 1978, along with Leroy Smart and Delroy Wilson, Dillinger was referenced by lyricist Joe Strummer in The Clash's track, "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais." There have also been dozens of compilation albums of Dillinger's work released on various record labels since the 1980s.