Gambian Making Waves in Spain

Former student of Nusrat Senior Secondary School, Ghetto Soldja, no doubt is another Gambian youngster blazing scene in most Spanish cities reports reaching What's On indicates.

Born Alagie Sumareh aka Ghetto Solja, in the Upper River Region (URR) town of Fatoto, he's another Gambian reggae dancehall star moving stronger by the day in many Spanish cities. Starting music at a tender age, his love for the Ghetto Youths and the positive lyrics for people in the ghettoes, earned him the name 'Ghetto Solja'. It was in 2006, when he moved to Spain in and has since never given up in the musical career.

In 2008, Solja recorded his first single entitled "BURN DEM"- a song he said was a message to the wicked leaders in Babylon, who never wants to see the people live in peace; but instead keep on developing weapons of mass destruction. While in Spain, he has performed in a number of clubs in Barcelona and other cities. Due to his lion moves on stage and lyrical power, Ghetto Solja got another name 'Mad Killer'.

He is a true blood brother to BQ aka the Lion Man. Infact; he was featured in Ebb's tune called Ghetto Youths, which is dedicated to the youths suffering every day in the ghettoes, without love and no equal right and justice. Solja is also featured by another brother Ansou B aka Genial Man in a tune called "Violence" that is coming out soon in a compilation album outta Europe to the world.

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