Report of Mr. Namory Trawally, out-going president Sports Journalists Association of The Gambia (SJAG) at the 2ND Triennial Congress, Saturday October 02nd, 2010 at the BO Semega Janneh Hall
Oct 5, 2010, 12:56 PM
Humanity Starz has completed all preparations to launch their second album come June 28 at the Jerma Hall Kairaba Beach Hotel.
Entitled Jotna, the album is comprised of eight tracks all in CD format.
Speaking in an interview with Entertainment recently at The Point’s newsroom, one of the band vocalists Alieu Joof, alias Mu-Bye, said they have completed all preparations to launch their long awaited album, which is making waves in the country.
Their first album is Aduna, which is also in the hit and both albums are playing on local radio stations in the country.
According to the band vocalist, the band was formed in 2004 by The Gambia Red Cross Society with the aim of creating job opportunities for its young volunteers interested in music.
The band consisted of twelve members all young people of this country. He said people refer to Humanity Starz as the best band in the country because of the quality of music they play.
Last year in June the band travelled to South America to take part in an African cultural festival through the invitation of the government of Venezuela, he said, adding: “In the Jotna album we are featuring Pape Joof of Senegal.”