25 January 2013

Gambia: Silky Chris - an Emerging Star On the Rise

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Ever since he entered the country's music scene a couple of years ago, Silky Chris is now among the country's new breed of artistes currently blazing the scene in their own way. Born Christopher Williams and musically Silky Chris, as his stage name goes by, has been working relentlessly to make a mark on the country's booming entertainment scene. With his unending versatility and captivating stage acts, he is another youngster that lured his multitude fans into real ecstasy of fun-fare, each time he mounts the stage. His determination coupled with series of projects in the offing, he is optimistic that his dreams of making it the country's entertainment pinnacle one day is attainable.

Over the past years, he has worked tirelessly which culminated in the release of series of singles that are making waves in the country at the moment. Meanwhile, some of his songs talks about the current societal ills and will make up his final album coming soon. A resident of Latri Kunda German neighborhood, the sprouting sensation believes with time and good health, he will release his debut masterpiece album hopefully sometime in 2014.

Having participated in many mega events like the 'Open Mic Festivals' and also performed on numerous occasion at Alliance Franco, Chris is not relenting on his path to success. In his quest to voice out some of the burning issues inimical to the county's development, Chris created a hit song in which he spoke against 'homosexuality' something he described as alien to Gambian culture stressing that he's currently working very hard to drop another single to be titled 'God's Best Creatures' which is a love song dedicated to his loved ones. "I also released a video of some of this singles namely 'Love All Children' and the 'Global Warming'. I want to call on my fans to remain loyal as I have much in store for them in my quest to push my music internationally.

Other songs he released include 'Words of Truth' 'Genital Course' and Homosexuality' a menace beyond human imagination.

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