Demarco's 'Who The Hell Care' doing well
Hot off the heels of his tour in the United States, Demarco is back on the island and is enjoying the fruits of his labour as his single, 'Who The Hell Care', continues to climb the various charts, locally and internationally.
"A few weeks ago the video was shot, featuring a cameo appearance from the big 'balla', Raheem Sterling, and right now the response is great. Mi phone a bun up, the streets a bun up, the radio a bun up. The people dem love the song, the flavour, the beat, the quality of the video. Big up my team, everything tear up," said the True Gift Entertainment (TGE) boss.
A few new singles, recently released and beginning to gain traction on the dancehall scene, include Lava and Pop Mi Collar - a tribute to legendary dancer Bogle, aka 'Mr Wacky', 10 years after his death.
"Time a fly innu, 10 years since the dancer dead, but you realise seh him legacy a live on. Legendary status. That is also my aim, to be timeless, so we want to have that impact on society. Big up Mr Wacky, him pave the way fi nuff youths to have a future now," Demarco said.
Another song, which is set to be a hit, is Case, voiced on the Tears Of Joy rhythm by TJ Records. It is a social commentary speaking about the ragged life of youths who have been locked up, facing time or remanded, waiting for their day in court.