CYBORG

CYBORG

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Biography



Not for a long time has, an artist appeared with so much hype about their future musical career. Cyborg has the Reggae Industry buzzing and chanting with his vibrant musical energy.

Born under Keith Sandiford, he quickly gained his nickname Cyborg due to his skill to quickly create lyrics on the spot, with no pre-written lyrics, but with his skills to create songs like a scientific robot. From his hometown in Georgetown, Guyana to his present home in Toronto, Canada, Cyborg has been performing in various showcases both locally across Canada and abroad. First appearing on school events Cyborg realized he had the skills to thrill audiences.

On arrival to Canada in 1998, Cyborg started performing on local sound systems such as Baseline and King Turbo. At that time, he never really had lyrics of his own, but would do songs of artist like Buju Banton and Bounty Killa. However, after hooking up with friend and fellow artist Elements, they started writing their own lyrics and it seems to have never stopped since.

Recording his first single "Plan to Make Millions "in 2001 on the Reggae renown Explorer Recording Label was the start of Cyborg`s vinyl career, followed by Women Me-A-Feature which has a commercial video now playing abroad in Guyana. With great reviews from both songs came showcases both locally and nationally. Cyborg`s first major performance came on the Canada Explosion show in March 2001 where he performed alongside Dancehall greats such as Barrington Levy, Everton Blender, KipRich and the Explorer Family. Cyborg has since preformed alongside other great artists such as Sizzla Kolangi, Brigadier Jerry, Singing Melody, Lucky D, Mega Banton, Delly Ranks, Ward 21 and others.

Cyborg recently appeared on shows such as Montreal`s Reggae Festival along side T.O.K, Cecile, and Toronto`s own Korexion; the first ever Toronto Reggae Festival featuring Shaggy, Wayne Wonder, Baby Cham, Spragga Benz and also with Sizzla in Montreal.

Cyborg`s latest release entitled "If A De Gal Dem" is currently in stores on the All To Be Heard Compilation Album, which is now creating a buzz in the Reggae Dancehall scene. However, that is just a tip of the iceberg; with songs like "Lets Party", "Hot This Summer" and "B.E.T" set to be release later this year.

It is a Guyanese youth with that Jamaican flow. Ready to make this US, Pounds, and the Canadian Dow.

Welcome to Cyborgs World

Discography

"lets party" '' hot this summer "