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UK-based Gambian International artiste due in town, plans to establish foundation

Mar 18, 2011, 3:09 PM

One of the hottest and leading UK-based Gambian international reggae artistes, Nu Chilly, who has made name for himself in the United Kingdom and Europe is expected to arrive in The Gambia in May 2011 and will release his long awaited 16-track album with different kinds of powerful messages for the youth.

"When I came back home I will establish my foundation dubbed Nu Chilly Foundation for the poor and disadvantaged and I will help the poor and needy. This will be part of my contribution towards national development," Nu Chilly told The PointEntertainment vie mail from his base in UK.

According to the Gambian international reggae icons, he also plans to release his debut music video of ‘By the Rivers of The Gambia and its sound track.

"I am finally working on album duplication deal in the UK and planning to come in May for the long awaited release of my album," Nu Chilly, who originally hailed from coastal town of Bakau told The Point Entertainment anchorman.

"In this album I feature Jamaican star Chuck Fenda in the Nu Chilly rise remix, which is not out yet and he has currently made a tune with Culture Brown from Jamaican."

Chilly thanked the Senegambia Talk Show anchorman Waja J and all the fans abroad, particularly those in the UK, for their support of him.

He said he would perform while in town and he would also be available for both radio and TV interviews, adding that he "is currently busy" in the studio trying to release his album.

"I will make a powerful comeback musically and with a showbiz," he said, adding: "One of my main reasons for coming back home is to help the poor and needy. And I have dedicated my 'the Rivers of the Gambia' to the whole Gambian population and the Head of State, who plays a big role in the Roots Homecoming Festival," said Nu Chilly, the sole owner of Nu Chilly Records in the UK.