Damian Dame was an R&B duo consisting of Debra Jean "Deah Dame" Hurd (September 20, 1958 - June 27, 1994) and Bruce Edward "Damian" Broadus (September 13, 1966 - June 27, 1996).
In 1991, Damian Dame became the first act signed to LaFace Records.
The duo released their self-titled debut on May 14, 1991, and it spun off three urban radio hits, "Exclusivity," "Right Down To It," and "Gotta Learn My Rhythm."
"Right Down To It" was a classic LA & Babyface production.
The artists were set to be one of LA & Babyface's top acts, however tragically, Hurd was killed in a moped accident in Atlanta, GA on June 27, 1994 just before the group was set to record a second album.
Broadus died of colon cancer on June 27, 1996 exactly two years after his partner's passing. It has been said by people close to the situation that Broadus' death was due to AIDS-related complications.
Damian had a child with Carol Morrow named Sky who was featured on the MTV show "My Super Sweet Sixteen" C'Mon and Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PsychoRealm9/ Don't miss any video!