New Music Video Features The Late “Star Child”

July 22, 2013

Six months after he was gunned down in a brutal double murder, the music of the Haile “Star Child” Outerbridge lives on, with the late singer featured in the new “Peace of Mind” music video.

A production of Near Future Records, “Peace of Mind” was produced and directed by Detrimental with local artist D Warning featuring Star Child and Lady Candy.

“Peace of Mind” contains some poignant lyrics, with Star Child calling for peace. “If you’re thinking about badness, change your mind,” sings Star Child. “You need to love your enemies and let love shine.”

Peace of Mind official music video

The is the second posthumous video featuring the late singer, following after his music was used in a recent Crime Stoppers video campaign aimed at getting guns off the street.

Having experienced the devastating effects of gun violence first hand, the singer’s mother Mrs. Marilyn Outerbridge gave her blessing for the song to be used in the Crime Stoppers campaign.

Mr Outerbridge, 34, performed under the names “Star Child” and “Elephant Child” and was best known for his single “Concrete Jungle”, which has in excess of 30,000 views on YouTube.

Crime Stoppers video featuring Star Child’s music:

The talented singer was gunned down in a brutal double murder along with Ricco Furbert at the Belvin’s Variety Store on Happy Valley Road in January 2013.

The police released CCTV images of the shooter inside Belvin’s, however the killer has still not been brought to justice.

The investigation continues, and anyone with any information is asked to contact the Serious Crime Unit on 247-1739 and 247-1340 or on the confidential & independent Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.

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  1. ABM says:

    TOO THE WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I love my life !! says:

    First of all i would like to say that i love “Star Child’s'” positive songs BUT what IRRITATES me is that he had to die before his songs became popular. Radio stations weren’t playing his songs ten times a day like they do now! Nobody was trying to use his songs on their commercials or to promote peace. People weren’t playing his songs in clubs or at parties as much as they do now when he was alive! Most people are using his songs now just to get a “forward” in the club! Its SAD that he had to get shot dead before his music took off! When Star Child was alive there was NEVA this much hype around his music! He made that “Concrete Jungle ” song years ago but when he died it became a hit!!! Thats’ SAD ! If i have to wait until I’m dead before my song becomes popular i don’t want no song!!!

    • Come Correct says:

      I completely agree with what you’re saying, except for maybe that last sentence. I’m sure his music meant everything to him even if it meant nothing to anyone else. I personally find it distasteful using his song in the crime stoppers video, it seems to me like a poor way of pandering to the people in that area to come forward and speak out. Not that it’s a bad thing, just don’t like how he’s being used after passing. D Warning is another one of those artist with a ton of talent but hasn’t been recognized as he should. I met him in the regiment where I got to hear him sing a few of his songs and I’ll say they sent shivers down my spine, and they were all sung acapella. It’s nice to see him in this video now moving forward with his passion. R.I.P Star Child, and D Warning, I hope big things come your way, you deserve it.

    • Jah Kno Star says:

      Sad thing is your nobody to somebody kills you.

    • J says:

      “You’re nobody, till somebody, kills you.” – Notorious BIG

  3. Unbelievable says:

    @ I Love My Life!!

    I can absolutely agree with you. It is just so sad that this young man lost his life than they wanted to show the positive side of things. They should have being promoting his music as he was making it and maybe the youths could have taken heed to the lyrics to try and make a change in life.

    Like I said no one in life is perfect and everybody has made a mistake in the pass but as life goes on and one matures these are examples that one can change.

    So “STAR CHILD” your legacy will go on forever now and hope it can bring our Island back to a land of Paradise and Peace. Until then Blessings my “Star” and may god contiune to bless your Son, Family and Friends.

    Until Next Time S.I.P.

    STAR CHILD

  4. Missing U says:

    You are so so missed !!!!! SIP STARR …..

  5. kira says:

    LOVE THIS SONG r.i.p STAR CHILD DIDENT NO U BUT NO SOME FAMILY
    SEEE U UP DER

  6. Life says:

    R.I.P Ele.. You are missed and loved dearly

  7. watchfuleyes says:

    WONDERFUL MUSIC AND MESSAGE in the songs – I was always asking why I never heard Haile’s music at concert in the Park, or at Barr’s Park, or at Cup Match – we don’t have to bring in guest artists for that night, we have all the talent here. When will we realize that? For all the young singer artists do not despair, keep knocking on doors and don’t give up and don’t take no for an answer. One day we value our own.

  8. Alvin Williams says:

    some one call the talk show the other day and said Bermudians care too much about the
    shooting death of Trayvon Martin and the lack of justice in letting his
    killer George Zimmerman walk and have nothing to say about what is going on in Bermuda? But that person needs to listen to what Bermudian musicians are singing about. Star child not only sang about this war between cousins; but has become a victim and martyr in this senseless tribal war between brothers; just like his contemporary reggae artist who used to sing about the real situation in his native South Africa in the aftermath of liberation and the senseless violence between black South Africans. he too was shot and killed in an attempted car-jack and he too has become a victim and martyr to that which he sang about

  9. Alvin Williams says:

    The South African artist of which I speak of his Lucky Dubee who songs can be heard on the reggae radio station ; just like many Bermudian artists who allso sing about the real situation in our country,

  10. May your killer see this an be haunted by the mistake his done in life and to live in fear for the rest of it!!! Star Child to the world

  11. D-Warning says:

    Starr Child and I have put in so much hard work heart and soul into our music, I can honestly say, although it’s hard to swallow, that hard work truly does pay off and as a result of this he can live through his music forever, so trust and believe, from all of the work we put into our music before this tragedy, that there is plenty more music, and music videos from us to come. R.I.P. Starr Child my friend, I will continue on spreading our music with a positive message behind it, you are truly missed my dear friend.