Entertainer Damion Hall was born June 6, 1968, the third of nine children. At 18, Damion, a singer known as “Crazy Legs,” joined the group Guy with his brother, Aaron Hall, and Teddy Riley. Together they created a sound called “New Jack Swing,” which was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The group went on to sell millions of records with albums like “Guy,” “The Future” and Guy III.” In 1994, Damion produced, wrote and executive-produced a solo album on Silas Records, Straight to the Point, where his hit song "Satisfy You" feat. Chante Moore reached the R&B Billboard Singles Charts.
As Guy occasionally continues to tour, Damion is venturing into the acting world with his first movie, "Beyond the Lights," which premiered Oct. 22 in Atlanta.
For Damion, a father of 10, music is never far from his heart. He is gearing up for his second solo release on his own label and distributed through Bungalo Records/Universal.