George Lamond (born George Garcia on February 25, 1967 in Washington, DC) is a freestyle\dance musician from the early '90s. He sang backup vocals for other musicians (especially his cousin, freestyle musician Joey Kid) before scoring a record deal with Columbia Records.
The third single "No Matter What" featuring singer Brenda K. Starr peaked at #49 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January of 1991.
The first single, "Baby Creo En Ti" peaked at #10 on Billboard's Latin Songs chart in February of 1993. The follow-up single, "No Morira" peaked at #15 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart in June of 1993.
The first single released from the album, "Jurare Quererte" peaked at #20 on Billboard's Latin Tropical\Salsa Airplay chart.
The follow-up single from the album, "Volver Amar" peaked at #35 on Billboard's Latin Tropical\Salsa Airplay chart. After that, not much was heard from George and it appeared as if he faded into obscurity.
In 2006, George returned to the music scene with his sixth album "Oye Mi Canto" on Sony International Records. Two years later in 2008, George released the single "What is Love" and did a cover version of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing."
To see the music video for "Without You," go to:
To see the music video for "Bad of the Heart," go to:
To see the music video for "No Matter What," go to:
To see the music video for "Look Into My Eyes," go to:
To see the music video for "Baby, I Believe In You," go to:
To see the music video for "Where Does That Leave Love," go to:
[updated on 09\08\12]