| Herby Azor|
| July 7, 1965 (age 50)
Haiti (1965-07-07) |
New York City, New York, U.S.
Snow, Dana Dane, Sweet Tee, Kwame, Doug E. Fresh
Hip hop music, New jack swing
Antoinette, Sandra Denton, Cheryl James, Dana Dane, DJ Spinderella
Hurby Azor Wikipedia
Hurby "Luv Bug" Azor, also known as Fingerprints, (born September 26, 1964) is a Haitian musician and hip-hop music producer. Azor is best known for discovering the successful female hip–hop trio Salt-n-Pepa and the also successful hip-hop duo Kid 'n Play.
Born in Port-de-Paix, Azor is an American of Haitian descent.
In late–1985, with the fad of hip-hop response records all the rage, Hurby and the group Salt-n-Pepa (then known as Super Nature) recorded a response to Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew's "The Show" called "The Show Stoppa." Though not as popular as most response records, Get Fresh Crew emcee Slick Rick did note years later, after he and the women later became friends, that the record annoyed him. Hurby would also go on to produce Dana Dane, Sweet Tee, Kwamé, and others.
Hurby wrote and performed in Salt-N-Pepa's music video for "Push It", on keyboards and back vocals, and also wrote the duo's song "Let's Talk About Sex." In 1995, Azor co-wrote and produced Snow's single "Anything for You", which became the top-selling single in Jamaica that year.