Demarco was in superb form recently at a concert on the premises of Twickenham Park Police Training Academy in St. Catherine. The entertainer was the specially invited guest of several high profile members of the Constabulary Force who were hosting a gathering for its members and new recruits.
Hitting the stage with the street anthem ‘True Friend’ Demarco was greeted with much fanfare as patrons showed strong support in their numbers with many rushing on stage to get closer to the blonde-haired star. Reeling off classics such as Duppy Know Who Fi Frighten, Standing Soldier, Sort Dem Out, Fallen Soldier interspersed with new favourites Lazy Body, Fren Circle and the highly controversial Ride, Demarco had the crowd in a frenzy during his twenty minutes set before closing out the performance with the very inspirational I Love My Life.
According to Demarco despite the precarious relations shared at time between the Dancehall fraternity and the Constabulary force, “everyone loves music! therefore as an entertainer my job is to entertain. They reached out to my management team requesting support and we obliged. In my view__ anything that’s going to help foster good relations between the people and the security forces I’m all for that.”
Following the performance and a series of photo opts Demarco personally thanks members of the organizing committee and challenged the new recruits to be equitable in the execution of their duties.
Now in the U.S working on his upcoming album and other professional engagements the multifarious singer is featured in the latest edition of Canada’s Boss Magazine, where readers are given an insight into his rise to stardom. Demarco is expected back in the island soon to continue work on his increasingly popularly online reality series ‘Talk Yuh Mind’. Now in its 4th episode the series hosted on Youtube (youtube.com/demarcolife) offers viewers an uncut perspective into his life and the Dancehall culture. The project is directed by True Gift Entertainment.