DJ Lou Toro
Singing His Hits
Bad Of The Heart
Look Into my Eyes
Que Te Vas
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George began singing backup for various artists before landing a solo deal with Columbia Records. His first album, released in 1990, Bad of the Heart had many underground dance hits like Bad of the Heart (#25 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1990), Look Into My Eyes (#4 Hot Dance Club Play, 1990) and Without You (#4 Hot Dance, 1989), all co-produced by famed New York producer Chris Barbosa who had produced Shannon’s string of hits a few years earlier. In 1991, Lamond scored a hit with Brenda K. Starr on the duet No Matter What (#49 Billboard Hot 100).
His follow-up releases received press and were successful, but less successful than on his previous releases. His second album, 1992’s In My Life, included a remake of the Jackson 5’s I Want You Back, in addition to the single Where Does That Leave Love? (#59 Hot 100, 1992), which made an impact on sales and radio but less of an impact in the clubs or charts as previous releases. Lamond has also released a couple of salsa albums and scored a number of hits on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks. 2001 saw the release of his highly acclaimed salsa album GL on Sony Records .