Entertainment

Deno Gee set to make mark

BY SIMONE MORGAN Observer staff reporter

Monday, May 26, 2014    

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HIS parents named him Christopher Anglin, but he is known to a few in music circles as Deno Gee.

The up-and-coming singjay is however, striving for a larger audience with his latest single Live the Life.

"This song is a message to myself and others. It's about living the life that pleases us and not trying to please others. When all is said and done, the Almighty is the one judging us, and not humans," he told the Jamaica Observer.

Life the Life was released last month and produced by The Unthinkable Records.

A past student of Jose Marti Technical High School in Spanish Town, St Catherine, Deno Gee said his musical interest was sparked at 12 when he accompanied his father, dancehall artiste Angel Doolas, to recording sessions.

Now 21, his inspiration comes from the daily happenings and are social commentaries.

"The lyrics that I pen and record gives every listener something to think about. It's not dull and dry ...it's more like food for thought, and that should be the ultimate goal of every artiste," Deno G told the Observer.

His other releases include Girl I Want You; Pretty Panty, a collaboration with Lisa Hyper; and Bank Account, featuring Angel Doolas.

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