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|Birth name||Herby Azor|
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|Born||September 26, 1964|
|Origin||New York City, New York, U.S.|
Hurby "Luv Bug" Azor, also known as Fingerprints, (born September 26, 1964) is a Haitian musician and hip-hop music producer. Azor is best known for discovering the successful female hip–hop trio Salt-n-Pepa and the also successful hip-hop duo Kid 'n Play.
In late 1985, with the fad of hip-hop response records all the rage, Hurby and the group Salt-n-Pepa (then known as Super Nature) recorded a response to Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew's "The Show" called "The Show Stoppa." Hurby would also go on to produce Dana Dane, Sweet Tee, Kwamé, and others.
Hurby wrote and performed in Salt-N-Pepa's music video for "Push It", on keyboards and back vocals, and also wrote the duo's song "Let's Talk About Sex." In 1995, Azor co-wrote and produced Snow's single "Anything for You", which became the top-selling single in Jamaica that year.
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- "Notable Haitians". Archived from the original on 26 March 2014. Retrieved 26 March 2014.
- Jamaican sales and charting data for "Anything for You" can be found in Kevin O'Brien Chang and Wayne Chen, Reggae Routes: The Story of Jamaican music (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1998), 211.
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