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D-Bro calls on music producers to promote reggae artistes

Sep 2, 2013, 10:23 AM | Article By: Njie Baldeh

(Friday, 30 August, 2013, Issue)

D- Bro upcoming reggae singer has urged Gambia’s music producers to look into reggae and try to produce for reggae artistes so the massage to be delivered can easily reach positive people.

Speaking in an interview with Point Entertainment and Lifestyle at the weekend D-bro said it was not easy for reggae artists in the country, with only few reggae producers, but right now I give thanks to the life giver that I am working with a Jamaican crew called Ultimate warriors, reggae music producers based in England and they have produced four singles for me and left but I am expecting them in early next year.

He revealed that he got the inspiration of reggae music since he was young listening to the positivity of reggae music.

D- Bro further said that after he had realized that he got the talent to deliver the message of reggae, with talent in the music, his aim is to make impact in the country’s music industry.

D-Bro thanks his mum who gave him the strength to go in for music and urges his fellow artists to believe in what they are doing.

D-Bro is another uprising artist working hard to convey his talent in the country’s music scene hailed from Lamin Daranka Village. 

Started his music career in 2005, as a reggae dancehall singer he has released singles likes “hustling”, “hand to mouth” and two video clips. The singer is currently in a line to release his debut masterpiece album this year.