28 December 2012

Gambia: Royal Messenger Seeks Help to Release Album

Ali Gaye who went by his music sobriquet-Royal Messenger, is in dire need of support to release his much anticipated album. The star who started in 2002 told What's On, during an interview that the 15 track album entitled "Signs of the time" is a thriller that music enthusiasts will find interesting.

Royal Messenger, who has successfully released hit singles notably 'Miseries and Pain' and I Cry" blazed nationwide and dominated the radio stations for a years ranging from. Since then he continued to blaze the scene with lot of surprises.

Having started his career way back in 2002, Royal Messenger state that music was all about giving messages to weak and helping the poor to see that there is much more to life than their present status. The start who was born, raised and schooled in the Gambia said his inspiration for music derived from the cultural roots of mankind, to love, honor and respect he said.

He also said that he chooses reggae dancehall as a genre of music because as he put it portrays more of human spirit than any other genre of music. He added that the fund raised during the album release will be used in supplementing government's effort especially the Ministry of Basic and secondary Education in helping needy both male and female students whose parents are unable to meet the demand on their educational needs.

He finally urged the general public, government, NGO's and private sectors to come to his aid to show up his talent and precede his music dream towards the development of the country. Anybody willing to help Royal Messenger can contact the following numbers (+220) 7283685/ 6311576/ 2133623.

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