Apr 12, 2017, 12:15 PM
Trouble, Sierra Leone duo; singers, songwriters, producer and performer
currently based in The Gambia, have
released their debut single entitled “Bagass” meaning (luggage) on 24 September
Double Trouble is formed by two vibrant and talented artistes namely, Ebrima Ceesay alias Max and Kebba Jafunneh alias Kebz.
The single was recorded at Massive Music and mixed and mastered by DJ Hapkim in Nigeria.
Max, one of the members of Double Trouble, told journalists that the single depicts the beauty of Gambian woman and African woman at large. “It portraits the beautiful curve of an African woman and its beauties to the world.
“We are been researching music for so long, and now we feel that this is the right time for us to appear in The Gambia music scene,” he said.
Lui Mendy, Double Trouble’s manager, said: “We are unveiling Double Trouble into Gambian music and the world at large. They are two hardworking young talented artistes’ in terms of their lyric contents.
“We are urging Gambians to expect more from these young artistes in terms of releasing songs and stage performances,” he added.
Yusuf Tula, Double Trouble’s promotional manager, said they are not eyeing only the Gambian music scene, but international market including Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Europe and America.
“We are urging Gambians to expect quality music from us in our quest in entertaining and educating world audiences,” he said.
After a lot of hard work, focus and dedication their first single “BAGASS” drops on 24th September 2016. The new faces you should look out for. #ThisIsDoubleT #Sierra-Gambia #www.DoubleTMusic.Com #MassivMusic https://soundcloud.com/thisisdoublet/bagass