Dec 29, 2014, 10:47 AM
Black Moose, a DJ based in Stockholm, the heart of Sweden, has revealed that he will tour The Gambia in December.
“I am on tour all over Sweden and now Europe and by December I will be in The Gambia to entertain music lovers in Gambia as I play Hip hop, Rnb and little dancehall,” he said.
He said he got inspiration from his father Abdoulie Jallow born and raised in Bakau. He worked as a DJ back in 1980 in Sweden.
He said he worked with well known Swedish acts such as: Lazee, Näääk & Nimo, Ken Ring, Abidaz, Kartellen, Medina.
He also opened shows for international acts such as: The Game, Ice Cube, Wiz Khalifa, 50 Cent, Young Jeezy, Mos Def, Talib Kweli and Bone Thugs N Harmony, just to name a few.
“In late 2012 Swedish rapper Lazee noticed my talent and work ethic, so he decided to team up and make him part of the Timeless Music crew,” he said.
In early 2013 he won Kingsize Magazine’s award for ‘Dj Of The Year’ and he started working on Sweden’s biggest HipHop radioshow ‘En Kärleksattack På Svensk HipHop På SR Metropol together with well-known journalist Ametist.
One year later, Black Moose became the first DJ to ever win Kingsize Magazine’s ”DJ Of The Year” award two years consecutively.
The headphone company SMS Audio, owned by American rapper 50 Cent, noticed Black Moose’s hard work and talent so they made him part of the team and he is now an official SMS Audio ambassador.
Black Moose, whose real name is Pa Musa Jallow Goalkeeper, started his career when he was 15 years and today he is one of the most booked Urban DJ’s in Sweden.
Beyond his music knowledge, work ethic and talent, Black Moose, for sure, knows how to get the party started.