Gambia: Mo Hawk On UK Tour

A rising Gambian international rapper is currently on tour of UK, for what appears to be a musically electrifying project.

Mo Hawk alias Rap Khalifa, is described by many as the king of Gambian rap force, as his astonishing unique and captivating versatile skills continue to send fans into fanfare each time he mounts the podium. The rising star who was a member of a famous music group in the Gambia -Da Fugitivz, will also use the trip to promote his forthcoming album as well as work on other projects.

In a recent chat with What's On, Mo Haw explained that the tour which started in Birmingham, is expected to continue in other cities in UK. "Well, I started the tour in Birmingham on March 3rd with Petit Yero, another renowned musician from Guinea Conakry, backed by Pimpin Sounds with DjHassim in London on March 9th. On April 7thI was in Glasgow with Urkreative, which also coincide with celebration marking Senegal's Independence in a night called 'SenegambianNite Out'. On April 8th I was in Slough London while on the 14th April, all roads leads to Reading, UK, for celebrations marking Easter feast," he revealed.

Rap Khalifa as widely called went on to state that on April 28th, he will return back to Birmingham for the Sierra Leone Independence celebrations positing that the objective of the tour, is to better promote his new album as well as his record Label-Block Entertainment compilations album promo. Mo Hawk is also expected to stage similar promotional tours in Sweden, Austria, Belgium, USA and other venues.

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