Dillgin to launch Money Tree EP in Jamaica on February 13th

Dillgin to launch Money Tree EP in Jamaica on February 13th

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Reggae singer Dillgin has confirmed that he will be doing an official album release party for his 'Money Tree' EP in Jamaica on February 13th in Kingston.   
"I have been performing all over the US as part of a release tour which will culminate in an official release party in Jamaica," he said. 
The project has been officially released and can be purchased on all major digital  platforms. 
In 2018, Dillgin released videos for the singles, the conscious 'Smile' and the romantic ballad 'Heart of Mine', but with the local release approaching for the EP, the singjay is pushing all his energies towards the singles from his six-song EP. 
The lead single, 'Money Tree' is getting a buzz in Jamaica and stateside, popping up on the playlists of a number of ethnic radio stations and getting an advance buzz among street selectors and mixtape deejays. 
Other singles include the compelling lover’s lament “Heart Of Mine” which is sung with heart-rending conviction, the uplifting “Smile”, the roots-influenced “Still A Work”, the delightful 'My Queen' and the powerful “Million Miles”.
Dillgin most recently performed at the Sandz Bar and Grill in New York in November. He also appeared at interviews on radio stations such as WKDU 91.7 FM in Philadelphia and on Linkage Radio in  New York to promote the EP.
Last year, Dillgin also performed at several shows in Germany and Sweden, where he generated a lot of interest in his brand of unique dancehall-reggae fusion.


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