Terence Trent D’Arby released his debut album, “Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby” in 1987. The album included the singles “If You Let Me Stay”, “Sign Your Name”, “Dance Little Sister”, and the number one hit single “Wishing Well”. The album “Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby” earned him a Grammy Award in the category of Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male. D’Arby’s second album Neither Fish nor Flesh was released in 1989 and wasn’t nearly as succesful as his debut. Afterwards, he would move to Los Angeles and not release another album until Symphony or Damn was released in 1993. It did reach #4 on The UK album charts, But, wasn’t as succesful in the US. Terence released his final album under the stage name Terence Trent D’Arby in 1995 called Vibrator
…So Where Is He Now?
As Maitreya he has released the albums Wildcard (2001), Angels & Vampires – Volume I (2005), Angels & Vampires – Volume II (2006), Nigor Mortis: A Critical Mass (2009), The Sphinx (2011), Return to Zooathalon (2013), The Rise of the Zugebrian Time Lords (2015), and Prometheus & Pandora (2017). He has also released four live albums.
He married Italian television host and architect Francesca Francone in 2003 and they have two sons together.
For a sample of what he sounds like now, check out the video below:
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