Multifaceted entertainer Demarco is gearing up for a series of performances across North America and the Caribbean following the success of his latest single, “Jancrow,” which continues to make steady in rows throughout the diaspora.
Experiencing a surge in demand and popularity, the renowned entertainer eagerly anticipates his upcoming appearance as the headliner at Summer Reloaded Fest in Guyana this August. The highly-anticipated event will unfold on Saturday, August 5, at Guyana’s National Park, featuring a lineup including Jamaican compatriots Vanessa Bling and Pamputtae, along with several local talents.
Speaking with Prism Marketing Consultants, Demarco expressed his enthusiasm about performing for his global fanbase, emphasizing Guyanese fans’ unique energy and zeal.
“Guyana is one of those places where the fans have a different kind of energy that you can truly appreciate as a performer. That’s why I’m looking forward to this particular concert,” he shared.
Fresh from his triumphant return to the Jamaican dancehall scene after a four-year hiatus due to the pandemic and his relocation to the U.S., Demarco is now embarking on a new campaign to elevate his presence in the music industry further.
The “Good Book” hitmaker is gearing up to release a series of follow-up singles and accompanying visuals, including the highly-anticipated music video for “Mix Parts.” Produced by Romeich Entertainment on the Bup Bup Riddim, the controversial song addresses the social media phenomenon where women strategically conceal a man’s identity in their photos, typically by cropping or redacting certain parts of the image. The term “mix parts” derives from the Caribbean, particularly Jamaica, and is used by consumers when purchasing a combination of chicken parts at grocery outlets.
Demarco’s upcoming projects and performances will help to solidify his position further and captivate audiences with his talent and innovative approach to his craft.