Ten years after releasing his single “Fallen Soliders”, Demarco has finally released their debut album.
Melody, the 16-track album, will be released tomorrow, Friday, October 22.
The album is named after Demarco’s one-year-old daughter, but is also indicative of the melodious nature of the project, he told Loop News from Atlanta.
“I want listeners to remember the Demarco range, the range I could go to and the different types of fusion and all the melodies, the big choruses, the stadium music,” he said.
The album features new songs and collaborations with many of Demarco’s friends in the industry. Konshens, Stephen Marley, Kymani Marley, Shaggy, Sean Paul, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, Chronic Law, Spice and Sarkodie from Ghana are all on the album.
fans have already sampled some of the songs and videos on the album, including “Ryda,” which debuted on September 10, and now has over 1.7 million views, “Dance My Stress Away” with Stephen Marley , a Pleasant track produced by Demarco with acoustic guitar vibrations and “Mover” produced by beatmaker Will K. with Demarco and Konshens bringing spicy, bilingual lines of pickups and dance floor calls to a dancehall flute fusion and urban.
As he prepares to release the album concurrently with the premiere of a 10-minute music video featuring Shaggy for the album’s “Do It Again”, Demarco said he was happy to have finally launched this project.
“I feel good, it’s overwhelming, I’ve been waiting for this for a long time and it’s finally happening, God is great,” he said.
Although the artist, Christian name Collin Demar Edwards, has spent the past decade making a name for himself as a songwriter, producer and singer, he said finding a home with his new record label was the key to making her debut album A Reality.
“I just released singles and some situations where I was with record companies prevented me from doing what I wanted,” he said.
“I have collaborated with Ineffable Records and I think they are the perfect people to do this job. They get the music and they understand where I was going and how to market the music, it was a great time to release singles and videos and get the right promotion and people can hear and see the real me, ”a- he said, noting that “the previous label didn’t know how to market it and get it to the right websites and radio stations.
Ineffable Records has worked with people like Konshens, Gyptian, Collie Budz and Kes the Band.
The people of Demarco know that it is an individual store, which writes and produces its own songs.
When it comes to Melody, Demarco carried out his numerous skills to the project, writing all of the songs and coping with manufacturing on all however 4 tracks. He additionally directed all of the movies for the tracks which have been launched so far.
The artiste, who has written for the likes of Rihanna and Bounty Killer, started writing for himself wasn’t hard seeing that he demanded situations himself to do higher on every occasion he places pen to paper.
“It could be very clean to put in writing for myself now, so long as I just like the beat and the melodies seize me and I discover a properly melody to sing, it’s far clean. I even have taken melodies from more than one humans however I generally tend to do my very own melodies, I report for myself and make my very own beat,” he stated.
Although he didn’t develop up in a specifically musical home, Demarco regarded to have inherited his grandfather’s love for song.
He stated his grandfather become a musician who had a pushcart with units together with drums and harmonica which he referred to as the one-guy band.
“I simply constantly cherished song and I commenced choosing, I didn’t need to be an artiste, I desired to be in the back of the scenes, and convey and write. I left choosing and I commenced writing at the beats and a number of the primary humans I wrote for become Bounty Killer, my idol in song,” he recalled.Demarco observed early achievement in his making a song profession with the singles “Fallen Soldiers’ and “I Love My Life” and driven his manner into the vanguard of the reggae/afrobeats fusion with songs together with “No Wahala” providing Akon and Runtown.