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Demarco heats up airwaves with Puppy Tail @one876 @demarcodadon Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Saturday, 11 October 2014 18:39 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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As the Heroes weekend approaches red hot deejay Demarco continues to the heat up the airwaves with a plethora of songs and has scores yet another hit with the now viral ‘Puppy Tail’ which has also spawned a social media frenzy amongst the populous racking up over 40,000+ views via Youtube.

Despite the official release being a little over a week the track has already become a staple on the playlist of most jocks in the local and internationally space amid steady infiltrating on various popular charts across the globe. Produced by Dunwell Productions the female dance craze pays homage to the new moves created by popular street dancer Renee Six Thirty who is also credited with the ‘6:30’ dance.

According to Demarco, he got the inspiration to do the song after being advised by a member of his camp that Renee had created a new set of moves that could become the next craze if packaged and marketed properly.

“The song came to me naturally after seeing her do the hypnotic moves; we were at the studio listening some new projects and decided to record the song the same day; by the following night it was being played in the parties and the rest is history.” – Demarco added.

Following on the success of ‘Lazy Body’, ‘Ride’, ‘Loyal’, ‘Bad Gyal Anthem’ and ‘Good Book’, ‘Puppy Tail’ is poised to become his sixth bonafide hit and one of the fasting rising songs for the year.

Meanwhile an official video was shot over the weekend throughout the thoroughfares of Kingston and St. Andrew featuring the famed dancer and her associates and is expected to be premiered in approximately two week. The visuals were shot by Demarco’s own True Gift Entertainment (TGE).
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