Kalado  (born Eaton Gordon; 11 August 1984 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay. He is a member of the Bounty Killer founded collective Alliance Next Generation and the founder of G-Law Records.
Early life and career
Gordon was born in the Maxfield Park area of Kingston but moved to Clarendon Parish, Jamaica at the age of four, along with his mother and siblings. At the age of 16, he graduated from Edwin Allen High School with a Caribbean Examinations Council Distinction for Art & Craft. After graduation Gordon returned to Kingston began recording.
In 2008, Gordon caught the eye and ear of a judge on the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall show, and was invited to compete.
In 2009, Kalado's released "Badmind a Kill Dem", on his own G-Law Records , but it was his single "Sad Streets" that yielded a #1 video on HYPE TV, as well as a mixtape of the same name. In 2011, Kalado also released another single that created a buzz on the airways titled "Provide" produced by the young and talented dancehall producer Bena Di Senior.