Demarco and "Raymond 'Shadow' Small of Prism Marketing Consultants and Darkcide Media/International Split


After working together for some time, dancehall artiste Demarco has disclosed that Raymond 'Shadow' Small is no longer authorised to act on his behalf.

In a release, Demarco said, "Raymond 'Shadow' Small of Prism Marketing Consultants and Darkcide Media/International is no longer affiliated with True Gift Entertainment owned and operated by international superstar Demarco."

The release added that Small is no longer authorised to carry out business on behalf of Demarco, Raytid, Rhogue, and True Gift Entertainment.

"We had a different vision as to the way forward for me and True Gift Entertainment. There is absolutely no animosity towards Shadow and we wish him the best of luck in his endeavors," Demarco said in the release.

With Small now out of the picture, Demarco's bookings will be handled by Karl Palmer, who can be reached at 1-876-565-4308 or by e-mail at starkutt@gmail.com, while his road manager Kevon Dixon will handle dubplates and other enquiries. He can be contacted at 1-876-852-4809 or by e-mail at producerkevon@gmail.com. Public relations will be done by Blaine Pingue who can be contacted at 1-876-431-2813 or by e-mail at socialyaad@gmail.com.

Demarco says he will be extremely busy throughout the summer with numerous gigs and new releases.

"Week in week out, the summer is fully booked, but you done know yaad is where the heart is, so the fans can expect nothing less than an exceptional performance at Reggae Sumfest on Dancehall Night," Demarco said in the release.

"Also look out for some fresh new tracks like Who The Hell Cares featured on Chimney Records new dancehall juggling After Party. We have quite a few projects working on now that you will be hearing about and seeing soon. Just keep it locked. Bun up!"

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