13 July 2012

Gambia: Sing'a'teh Embarks On Mega Tour of Europe

Just two weeks after successfully launching his masterpiece album - 'Mansa Kay', Singateh is again on the road heading for international promo of the album. The mega tour forms part of his 2012 annual tour, designed to meet big time promoters, producers, movers and shakers in the entertainment world as well as make new contacts.

The reggae dancehall sensation left The Gambia on June 15th and made his debut stage mega concerts on June 16th at Antwerp area in Belgium. The show, according to reports, brought lots of Gambian and Senegalese together. He later proceeded to Sweden on the 30th June to grace the Culture Week, which is normally attended by thousands of people from every corner of Europe.

Sing'A'teh who is currently in Oslo, Norway as a guest artist to perform in two nights of events scheduled for July 13th and July 14th respectively in Oslo, further described the start of this years' tour a smooth one so far.

He added: "I am able to have shows at places that I have not been before and the reception is been so great so far. After my show in Oslo, I will take a break to grace the Holy month of Ramadan".

The singjay further stated that he is expected to continue his European tour after Ramadan with mega show in the Swiss city of Zurich on August 24th August and Stockholm on August 25th.Singateh will further travel to Spain and Italy on similar concerts.

On the sidelines of this tour of Europe, Singateh further disclosed that he is also working on new videos and at the same time collaborating with some artists in Europe.

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