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There are two artists with this name: 1. Marlon (born August 24, 1977 in Cuba) is a Cuban singer, better known as the winner of the third season of Objetivo Fama, a Puerto Rican reality-show -singing talent contest broadcast by Univision Puerto Rico, and Telefutura network in the United States. Marlon Fernández was born in La Lisa, Cuba in 1977 to José and Raquel Fernández. At the age of 14, he formed a five-piece band that would help him in his future career. On October 24, 2006 he released his debut album titled Mi Sueño by Univision Records which peaked...
Marlon Simon, Latin jazz percussionist, composer and educator, born in Venezuela March 15, 1961. Came to the U.S. in 1987 and started taking his first formal lesson on the drum set. He attended The University of The Arts in Philadelphia while working locally in the city. In 1988 received a grant from the Philadelphia music foundation in recognition of achievement and potential in music. In 1989 he moved to New York and obtained his Bachelor degree in jazz and contemporary music from the New School for Social Research. Already in New York, he began the arduous process of building a...
Marlon Roudette was born in London and is the son of Cameron McVey, a British music producer, and Vonnie Roudette, a designer and artist from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He's also the stepson of Neneh Cherry according to her Wikipedia page. As a young child he moved with his mother and sister to St. Vincent, where he began his music career, and returned to London when he was 18. He was a member of R&B / Hip Hop act Mattafix. The New Age Songfacts reports that their single "Big City Life" was an international hit topping the charts in...
Perhaps, instead of calling him the “Magician”, guitarist extraordinaire Marlon McClain’s nickname should be called the “Chameleon,” because of his innate ability to change right before the music aficionados eyes and adapt or adjust his multitude of talents to enhance any genre of music or take a project to the next level. If there is a problem with McClain, it’s where he is, behind the scenes or out front banging out classic licks that were influenced by Jimmy Hendrix’s classic sound, the funk and soul of James Brown, and Terry Kath of Chicago Transit Authority as a youngster growing up...
Marlon David Jackson (born March 12, 1957) is an American singer and songwriter, former member of The Jackson 5, and older brother of American pop stars Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. Marlon issued his debut album, Baby Tonight, on Capitol Records, which was only a modestly successful album; however, the album did feature a no. 2 r&b hit "Don't Go." He also produced songs for all three of his sisters, producing Janet's 1984 album, Dream Street, which featured the top ten R&B single, "Don't Stand Another Chance". He also produced a song on Rebbie Jackson's debut album, Centipede. .
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What you Here for (feat. Christian Keyes)
Star - Radio Version (feat. Obie Trice)
Star - Radio Version (feat. Obie Trice)
Star (feat. Obie Trice)