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Singateh collaborates with Jamaican singers

Nov 22, 2013, 10:05 AM | Article By: Njie Baldeh

Gambia’s reggae dancehall singer has collaborated with Jamaican singers like Tony Anthony, Skibu Foster and Naptali, according to reports reaching Point Entertainment and Lifestyle.

Singateh, who is currently working on his international new album, last week dropped his first collaboration with Jamaican singer called Tony Anthony on a track titled -‘I Should Have Told You’.

He featured Skibu Foster in a track titled ‘Princess Call on Me’; and Naptali in a song called ‘Alfalu’ (elders).

Singateh said he would also feature one of Gambia’s finest rising stars, Junior King, who is based in Germany, on the Smiling Coast’s rhythm ‘Tell Me Why’.

According to him, efforts are in full gear as he also talks to Glen Washington to conclude a deal to be featured on the project as well.

“The most successful artistes spend most of their time networking; so I am currently making all contacts with artistes, promoters and producers who might be of help to take my music career to the next level,” he said.

“Right now I am working hard to finish this album before I go to The Gambia before the end of the year.”

He revealed that his upcoming new video, which will be on steam in December, is called ‘Without You’, to serve as his welcoming track to The Gambia.

“I have just concluded my European tour and right now I am networking before I leave for the Motherland. After some months in The Gambia I should be finishing this album in America at Hit City Studios, where all the final mixing and mastering will take place as I did with my last rejoice album to give it that international standard,” he concluded.