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 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.
Damian had a child with Carol Morrow named Sky who was featured on the MTV show "My Super Sweet Sixteen". Read More