Gary H. Mason

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Gary H. Mason, also known as Big Daddy G., is a music producer, promoter and music video director.

Biography[edit]

Career[edit]

Mason co-produced the Vina Del Mar Festival beginning in 1979 for 10 years. In 1989, he produced the first major international reggaeton hit, "Meneaito", and directed the music video. Since then, he has produced and directed dozens of music videos which have been seen by millions of people worldwide. His Meneaito Video has currently been seen by over 6.5 million people on YouTube.

Some of the Artists that Mason has toured, promoted and/or produced include Donna Summer, Ray Conniff, War, Peter Frampton, Jose Feliciano, Matt Monro, Shirley Bassey, Air Supply, Anita Ward, Sister Sledge, Jerry Lewis, Paul Michael Glaser, David Soul, Roberta Flack, Maurice Jarre, Krokus, Nazareth, Gaby, Jam & Suppose, Renato, Gloria Gaynor, Modern Talking, Los Diablos, Santana, Kathy, and Reggae Sam, to name a few. Mason recently completed a new version of "It's Tricky" featuring Rev. Run and Kathy Phillips.

Mason is currently CEO of SEI Corp. and established Fuerte Suerte Music (BMI), Big Daddy G. Music (ASCAP) and Ragga Force Music.

Awards[edit]

Among his many awards, He is the recipient of both a Billboard Music video Award nomination as Best Director and Best New Artist productions. He has been involved in productions that have garnered 5 Grammy Nominations and a Grammy.

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