Return of Demo Delgado

Return of Demo Delgado

Friday, June 03, 2016

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Deejay Demo Delgado is preparing for a comeback. He has been working with various producers to re-establish himself as an artiste.


Born Delgado Thompson, Demo is from Maxfield Avenue in Kingston. He has been recording sporadically for 23 years, making his recording debut with the song For No Reason for Vertical Productions.


"I’ve been writing and recording new songs. I made a music video for my single Live and Learn and I was pleasantly surprised how well it did. I recently performed on a show with Spragga Benz and Stephen Marley in Ft Lauderdale, Florida, an’ my next big show is with Tarrus Riley in Los Angeles on July 8," he told Splash.


One of Demo’s most satisfying periods in music was at Penthouse Records under the guidance of producer Donovan Germain.


"Wayne Wonder first brought me to Penthouse Records and Donovan Germain. They produced a song for me called Never Stop Cry, which gave me a buzz in France. They also put out Last Laugh and Jack It Up One More Time featuring Mr Easy," he recalled.


A few years ago he released the album Jack it Up One More Time, a compilation of his popular songs.


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