Gambia: Five Gambian Artistes to Perform in UK

In what is seen as a great bolster in the promotion of urban Gambian music and artistes in general, five Gambian artists are currently preparing for what could be best described as their first ever musical concert in the United Kingdom.

The stars namely- Gibou Bala Gaye alias Gee, Madi Kanuteh also known as Jali Madi ,Trobul Smallz Suso, Slam G alias The City Boys and Nana Mboob are expected to performed alongside the leading Senegalese mbalax diva-Vivian Chedid Ndoure on Saturday December 25th at the Coliseum Suites Hall in London, UK, according to reports reaching What's On.

The history or ground breaking event will also avail the Gambian sensations the opportunity to not only thrill their fans in the Diaspora but as well promote the real urban Gambian music. As household names in the country's entertainment scene, this development is welcomed by music enthusiasts describing it as a move in the right direction taking into account, is another way of motivating our very best stars.

Brought courtesy of Saul Sounds Joluv Arts Entertainment in collabo with Global Properties, a Gambia based property developer, is also supported by Waka, anchorman of talk Senegambia and Jarjefateh Freight Company. It will mark another turning point in a move to promote urban Gambian music internationally. All the stars will be backed by some renowned DJ's in UK entertainment scene namely- DJ Hassim, Ebry LKJ, Badou Ndow, and Jobiz.We will keep you updated as event unfolds!!!

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