Dr. Love On A Fast Rise To Stardom‏

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Christopher Wallace better known as Dr. Love hails from Clarendon, Jamaica. He is the cousin of late rapper BIGGIE SMALLS (aka NOTORIOUS BIG). Dr. Love’s music career started in 1994 as a disc jockey under the alias "Love Doctor. He is also a seasoned entrepreneur who established his own construction company, ventured into concert promotion and built a solid reputation as a lovers-rock singer /songwriter in the New York Tri-State.

After winning two consecutive "Singer of the Year" awards at New Jersey Annual Reggae Award Show, he quickly gained notoriety. He is greatly inspired by artists such as: Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Kenny Rogers, Willy Nelson, Percy Sledge, Ray Charles and Pat Kelly who pushed his career to another level.

Dr. Love’s desire is to make positive music that appeal to all ages and inspire people from all walks of life. His vast repertoire of rousing lover’s rock, smooth style, coupled with the melodic drum & bass, creates a serene live experience!

Throughout the years, he has shared the stage with Richie Stephens, Buju Banton, Beenie Man, Warrior King, Tony Rebel, Ninja Man, Ray Goodman & Brown, as well as Def Jam Recording Artists Fabolous, Rick Ross, and others. He recently accompanied Richie Stephens on a four-week tour launching his new album “Reggae Evolution.” He will also be performing with Jamaica’s Rising Star Romaine Virgo on the upcoming New Jersey Reggae Awards.

Dr Love latest single "Now I’m Strong" is currently available on ITUNES & CD BABY.
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