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Deva Bratt extends European club tour Featured

Archive Written by  AKA Wednesday, 06 July 2011 01:28 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Krucial Konflict recording artiste Deva Bratt has extended his European tour after an ultra successful club tour in Netherlands. According to his management team, after he completed the club tour that consisted of three gigs, promoters contacted them for a couple of other shows in England as well.


The deejay will be releasing a new single called 'I'm Fly' for an overseas producer, Major Hype, which dancehall insiders say has great crossover potential.

"Deva Bratt has been working hard, and he has many singles. We are planning to go all out with his career this Summer and he is gaining invaluable experience on tour in Europe, so when he returns, we're going to step things up," his manager, Uncle, told one876entertainment.com

Sheldon 'Deva Bratt' Smith, who was once a part of the Portmore Empire, is known for the hit singles, Bundle a Gyal and top five hit, Gussie Clarke (Bag a Talking) on the Gear Box riddim.

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