Pentateuch is a young roots reggae band with members Kevor "Vor" Williams on Lead vocals, Andrew "Worm" Ayre on Bass, Brady "Jah Bradez" Robinson on Drums, Andrade "Drade" Bowen on keyboards and Garth "Duckie" Forester on Guitars. They all are graduates of The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts where the band was formed in 2009.

The name Pentateuch (pronounced Penta-Tooosh) is Greek and signifies the first five books of the bible, symbolic of its five young members, each bringing their unique playing style, powerful social commentary, tight harmonies and a rocking laid back roots reggae groove.

Their debut album titled "The Genesis" is a riveting 14 track collage of powerful songs strongly reflecting the realities of today's Jamaica and today's world, and was produced by acclaimed hit maker Paul "Computer Paul" Henton, one of the real driving forces behind the music for the past 25 years.