Demetrius Stubbs

After singing in nightclubs for few years Demetrius Stubbs made a serious Christian commitment and one night during a church service in 2004, a visitor from Florida prophesied over his life saying that the Lord called and anointed him to sing, he

would be writing and producing his songs and singing for God all over the world. In 2005 Demetrius Stubbs was nominated for a Cacique Award for his debut hit single, "Salvation in His Precious Love". In 2008 he was nominated for his first Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Award for the hit single "Revolution"and took home the Marlin for "Most Outstanding Rake and Scrape". Demetrius continued to develop as a writer/producer and began experimenting with a new sound alongside with "Puzzle", the son of Gospel recording legend Preston Wallace. Since then, Demetrius' two latest singles 2011's "Hold On" and 2012's "Prayer Changes Things", have become favorites on airwaves throughout the Bahamas. 

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