Demarco is currently one of the hottest tickets on the international Reggae & Dancehall scene this after dominating the local space for several months scoring four consecutive No.1 hits with ‘Lazy Body’, ‘Ride’, ‘Loyal’ and arguably this summer’s biggest anthem ‘Good Book’ . The latter recently clinched the apex on Britain’s BBC 1Xtra Urban Chart and is a catalyst behind the renewed demand for the blonde hair singer’s popularity which continues to soar exponentially.
Adding to his increased fan base is a plethora of upcoming assignments that sees the deejay fully booked until the ended of Summer. Demarco departed the island earlier this week for a stint in the Bahamas before jetting off to Kansas City, Texas, Toronto, Montreal, French Guiana, Manchester, Birmingham and London amidst his performance at the International Reggae Festival in Canada on August 16th headlining alongside compatriots Sean Paul, Marcia Griffiths, Sanchez and Maxi Priest respectively.
Last weekend Demarco completed a triad of successful concerts in Antigua, Guyana and Detroit, Michigan as part of the CARICOM festivities coinciding with the July 4th U.S independence celebrations. When quizzed the singer attributes his resurgence to his team at True Gift Entertainment (TGE) and the aggressive campaign that currently encircles his career.
“What is happening now is nothing new, since the start of the year my team has been putting in a lot of hard work promoting the songs and rebuilding the brand. We got four No.1 hits so far and I am very thankful for that. Going forward fans can expect a lot more new material both songs and videos also the new season of my reality series ‘Talk Yuh Mind’ is going to be a major hot button topic for the industry.” – Demarco explained to the media.
Meanwhile, Demarco who’s nominated for ‘Male Deejay of the Year’ at the 2014 Music Industry Achievers Award(M.I.A) is expected to begin shooting the second season of ‘Talk Yuh Mind’ in the coming days along with visuals for the singles ‘Bad Gal Anthem’, ‘Bubble Time’, ‘We Dem A Say’ and the Cashflow Records produced ‘Love The Gyal Dem Good’.