Welcome to the first installment of "Whatever Happened To...", the newest feature on LTD that answers your burning questions about the whereabouts of your favorite celebs from the past.
Today we are chronicling Snow, and I don't mean the weather.
For those of you who can't quite place the name, Snow is probably best known for his diddy "Informer". Observe:
So now that you are familiar with his work, let's take a look at what could possibly have happened to this obviously super-talented individual.
First of all, Snow's real name is Darren O'Brien and he's Canadian. Snow apparently also stands for "Super Notorious Outrageous Whiteboy" and was given to him by Marvin Prince, the Jamaican born DJ that discovered him. "Informer" was the #1 song for seven straight weeks and is in the Guiness Book of World Records as the best selling reggae single in U.S. history.
But wait there's more. According to Snow's official MySpace page (which was last updated Jan. 29) he discovered his love of music in prison and was just recently allowed back into the United States where, great news everybody, he is back in the recording studio.
So since "Informer", Snow continues to make music and is a big hit in Canada where in 2000 and 2002 he had two songs race to the top of the charts.
And he released a single in 2009 called "Adore You". Enjoy:
Hope you all liked the first installment of "Whatever Happened To..." Again, suggestions, comments and concerns are always welcomed and encouraged. Except for the concerns.