4 January 2013

Gambia: Nana Mboob Launches New Album

A rising Gambian female sensation-Nana Mboob, recently launched her new album entitled 'Xarit Sama' at the Alliance Franco along Kairaba Avenue. The eight-tracker which boosts some thrilling songs like-'On The Way', 'Thanks', 'Jigueen Ni'and 'Wadiour' represent one of her best creative artwork.

Meanwhile, an elated Nana, who goes by her real name Nancy Mboob, in a clear démonstrations of her contentement and happiness believed this latest development, is just the tip of the iceberg as she prepares for more musical electrifying Project in the coming years. It could be recalled that Nana was part of five Gambians who recently returned home after performing in the United Kingdom alongside the Senegalese female mbalax diva-Vivian Chedid Ndure. Other stars who were part of that UK trip includes-Jali Madi, Trobul Smallz, Slam G.

Nana is undoubtedly the the most outstanding females indulged into the music arena attracting huge fan base both home and abroad. This young music sensation has the unique voice and the innate talent which also attributes to her ever increasing fans who don't only adore her but also appreciate the musical lyrics and content of her songs.

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