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Harold Whaley

About Harold Whaley: Decorated in school as the little skinny kid that could sing, Harold "Hdub" Whaley great-great-grandfather founded the small town "Zuber," that he was raised in just outside of Ocala, Florida. Raised on a farm where his summers were spent picking peanuts, okra, watermelons, and oranges. He begin his career in the entertainment industry in 1985. After joining the US Navy in '82, he was introduced to the music industry in the Philadelphia area. Working with greats like Jean Carne, Patti Labelle, Al Green, GQ, Heat wave, and Denise Williams as a background vocalist. After serving 11 years in the military, Harold retired early from the Navy to pursue his passion of music. He was soon signed as a producer/artist with So Cal independent record label Deemo Records.

He was embraced by the city with the awarding of the San Diego Music Award in 1999. Deemo Records would eventually become a subsidiary label under Solar/Hines/Epic out of Los Angeles. The infamous Death Row records crossed his path when Harold joined a team of producers who worked on the Platinum CD "Murder was the Case". A BET.Com online poll nominated Harold as "Breakaway Artist of the Millennium in 2000. Learning to market and sell his own music and products was a goal that Harold saw as achievable via the Internet and mobile markets.


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