25 January 2013

Gambia: Manding Morry to Launch Fans Club

Gambia's rising afromanding sensations-Manding Morry aka Mandingo Gangster, is set to launch his fans club entitled 'Manding Empire' on Saturday 26th January, 2012 at the Alliance Francaise Gambienne along Kairaba Avenue.

'Manding Empire', as the name goes, is a group that comprises different artistes, producers, fans and even promoters, working in unison towards achieving a common objective of taking the country's music scene to the next level. As another milestone event in the country's entertainment scene, the initiative is hailed by many music enthusiasts, as a great bolster for Manding Morry, as he continues to make a mark in the country music scene.

The event will also afford fans especially fans of the star to buy his album latest album called 'Kibaroo' at D100. Born Harouna Touray in the coastal town of Bakau, he's the grandson of a famous griot-Jali Foday, where he got his early music inspiration from. This emerging lad is not only gifted with an aromatic musical lyrics but also a comical- stage performance which continues to capture the hearts and minds of his ever teeming fan base both home and in the Diaspora.

In an interview with What's On, Manding Morry, the one who engineered the whole initiatives, express delight to be part of such initiatives.He explained that the move is gear towards bring the players in the entertainment under one roof stressing that the event will be another historic making event in the annals of the country's entertainment scene.

He then called on his fans to come out in their numbers and grace the event saying 'if you miss it then you are no-where. The event means lot to me and will do all I can to make it one of the best".

Amongst other artistes expected to perform on the occasion is the Manding Empire, which comprises of artistes like Jalex, T Smallz, Gee, Badibunka, Cyco, New Era, Poetic X, Jali MadiS.T, Mighty Joe, Rugie, Silky Chris, Slam G, Moja, BK City all to be backed live band courtesy ofHumanity Starz.

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