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Reggae artist Deborahe Glasgow was born sometime during 1965 in England, and by the age of 12 was working with famed producer Mad Professor. Going by the name Debbie G., Glasgow's debut single soon followed on Mad Professor's label, Ariwa, titled "Falling in Love." Despite her parting with the label, Glasgow continued to build a name for herself on the London reggae scene by working with the local "sound system circuit" (alongside such other up-and-coming artists as Tippa Irie and Papa Levi). Glasgow eventually met London producer Patrick Donegan, which led to a new recording contract with the Greensleeves Records subsidiary UK Bubblers, for whom she scored such reggae hits as "You're My Sugar," "Knight in Shining Armour," "Don't Stay Away," and "When Somebody Loves You Back." 1989 saw the release of Glasgow's lone full-length album, Deborahe Glasgow, which featured a guest appearance by renowned reggae-rapper Shabba Ranks, and spawned such singles as "Champion Lover" and "Don't Test Me." Ranks scored a massive worldwide hit several years later with his own reworking of "Champion Lover," under the new title of "Mr. Lover Man." Despite possessing fine talent and showing great promise, Glasgow opted to focus on raising her family in London, rather than pursue a musical career (although she did briefly work with producer General Lee). Sadly, Glasgow was diagnosed as having cancer of the lymph glands during the early '90s, and on January 25, 1994, passed away from a brain hemorrhage. 1999 saw the release of a ten-track collection, The Legend.