Apr 17, 2020, 2:17 PM
Lajeune Harrison, known as Ljital African link connection, a US-based Jaimacan artiste has donated some tea cups to The Point Newspaper as part of her appreciation for the good work the Newspaper has done for her.
Gambian artiste, George Molmou, alias Lion boy is currently busy in the studio preparing for the launch of his second album entitled ‘Koliywolu’ come November, 2020.
According Lion Boy, the album contain 12-tracks and some of the messages in, talk about Pan Africanism, featuring 8 artistes from African countries.
In a chat with The Point Entertainment and Lifestyle, the uprising Gambian artiste said they are working day and night to make sure the album is launched, and called for more support from individuals, philanthropists, the government and other organizations.
“We are planning to launch the album on 28 November 2020, and we expect some foreign artistes to be part of the launching,” he said, adding that some of the tracks were recorded in Liberia and some recorded in the country. “I first came as a dancer before finally becoming an artiste,” he said.
Lion Boy said he launched his first album entitled ‘DAY You Will Know’ on 31st December, 2018 at Manjai Park where thousands of music fans turned up to grace the occasion. The album contained 13 tracks. He said before the launch of the album, he dropped two EP in 2014.
“I attended some International music festivals around the world, and I work hard in research to develop the best quality music for the people.”
Malick Secka, music editor for Lion Boy called for more sponsors for the launching of the album.
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