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Demo Delgado

Demo Delgado

Demo Delgado


Demo Delgado is a talented young musician born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. At 18, he recorded several singles including the hits ''Gal Dem Bebe'' and ''Dem No Worry We.'' He collaborated with Wayne Wonder on Wonder's crossover Atlantic Records album No Holding Back, and co-wrote the songs ''Enemies'' and ''Metal & Steel". "Enemies" was a smash hit and was remixed for the album Strictly the Best, Vol. 31. ''Baby I Need You'' was featured in the movie SOMETHING NEW starring Sanaa Lathan and Blair Underwood. Read more on Last.fm
Demo Delgado is a talented young musician born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. At 18, he recorded several singles including the hits ''Gal Dem Bebe'' and ''Dem No Worry We.'' He collaborated with Wayne Wonder on Wonder's crossover Atlantic Records album No Holding Back, and co-wrote the songs ''Enemies'' and ''Metal & Steel". "Enemies" was a smash hit and was remixed for the album Strictly the Best, Vol. 31.

''Baby I Need You'' was featured in the movie SOMETHING NEW starring Sanaa Lathan and Blair Underwood. Delgado has toured extensively around the world and proven himself a prolific songwriter with some great recordings for Penthouse Records including ''Never Stop Cry'' along side Steven 'Lenky's Marsden, the producer who worked with Sean Paul on ''Get Busy'' and Wayne Wonder on ''No Letting Go.'' Delgado also collaborated with Ken L (aka T) from the comedy series The Parkers on the smooth reggae/hiphop track ''To The Most High''. Delgado's latest is the roots reggae single "Live and Learn", currently in rotation on Irie-FM. This music video will officially premiere on Hype TV in Jamaica. Keep your eyes on this talented, controversial, prolific Jamaican artist destined to become one of reggae's finest. Read more on Last.fm.

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