Gambia: D-Bro in the Spotlight

The country in recent years has witnessed the emergence of sprouting talents who are blazing the scene like a wild fire. One of such is D-bro, a Lamin Daranka native in the Kombo North District of the West Coast Region. Born Alhagie Mama, he's another youngster working underground in his quest to make it to the country's music pinnacle someday.

Starting his music career way back in 2005, D Bro since then has not relented on his laurel to take his career to another level. As a reggae dancehall star, he has released series of singles and two video clips among them is 'hustling', 'hand to mouth, and is also currently in a row to release his masterpiece album.

In an exclusive interview with What's On, D Bro explained that he got the inspiration of reggae music since he was too young when he use listens to the positivity of reggae music. Sooner than anticipated, he realized he got the talent to deliver the massage of reggae music, he keep on the move to reach out to the people musically.

"My aim is to contribute my quota towards the development of the country. I'm working with a Jamaican crew call Ultimate Warriors, Reggae Music Producers currently residing in England. I want to urge the producers to look into the reggae scene and try to produce for stuffs that will relay positive massage to the fans".

He thank his mum who gave him the strength to go in for music and urges his fellow artistes to believe in what they are doing.

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