April 11, 1970 |
|Occupation(s)||Singer and member of the pop group Five Star|
|Associated acts||Immature, IMx, Five Star, Amerie, Ricky Bell, Terrell Carter, and Governor|
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Delroy Pearson (born 11 April 1970, Islington, London) is an English singer and a member of the pop group Five Star. Pearson played his part in the group by writing songs and playing instruments on some of the band's hits. He scored success in the U.S. with the band Immature, now known as IMx whom he wrote and produced hits for. 
Pearson now lives in California with his wife and children, still writing and producing for other artists. Delroy and Doris wrote their two minor hit singles for Epic Records in 1990, "Treat Me Like A Lady" and "Hot Love".
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