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CYBORG mad@work
In an industry of many talents but dominated by few comes a tempest in the eye a musical storm – Cyborg. Born and raised in the rough and tumble ghettos of Albouystown - Georgetown, Guyana Keith Sandiford quickly earned the name Cyborg from his gifted ability to quickly create lyrics on the spot. Son of local (Guyana) reggae artist Sangie, it was a natural fit that Cyborg would one day find himself at the centre of a group of youths singing and deejaying at his school. Realizing the artistic gift he possessed to thrill audiences, Cyborg made it his mission to nourish his talents and bring them to the stage for the world. . Upon immigrating to Toronto, Ontario Canada, Cyborg began performing songs by his favourite reggae artist with local sound system – Baseline Sound- (1998). Cyborg then was steadily working in the studio writing and producing his original music. In 2001 Cyborg release his first recorded single –"Plan to Make Millions"- marking the start of his vinyl career. The great response to his work would soon lead to the first of many professional showcases and appearances on national and international stages. In March 2001 Cyborg was granted his first Major Performance at – The Canada Explosion Show- where he performed alongside dancehall greats such as Barrington Levy, Everton Blender and the Explorer family which signaled a change in Cyborg's career marking a change in status from armature to professional. Since then he has performed alongside reggae artists such as; Brigadier Jerry, Singing Melody and countless others. As part of the first ever Reggae Festivals in both Montreal and Toronto Cyborg has proven himself to be a trendsetter and asset in Canada's Reggae music Industry. . Inspired by the hardships he faced growing up, and musical greats like Jimmy Cliff, Gregory Isaacs, Cyborg finds his solace in the one drop of reggae music. His commitment to the upliftment of the youths has earned him certificates from Toronto Community Housing for giving his time to perform for young people at their annual Black History Month Celebration (2004), as well as,Jamaica Canadian center,and Unity is strength community group in 2008. Truly an international talent, Cyborg performed on the "St Mary Mi Come From" show on his 2007 tour to the Home of Reggae Music, Jamaica. It was on this tour that he graced the stage with the likes of Jah cure, Sizzla, Ninja man, Chuck Fender and many more of Jamaica's finest musical exports. Most recently in 2008 Cyborg Traveled to Jamaica and recorded a track with Computer Paul and the Uprising Band. Coining the term "Mad@Work" Cyborg is doing just that. He is currently working on a series of mix tapes that will feature his original works. look out for a 2009 official cd release For More Information and all the latest info and work from Cyborg check him out at: