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Gully Bop ready to blow up in England @one876 @bounce876

Gully Bop ready to blow up in England @one876 @bounce876

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Gully Bop is set to perform this Saturday at Club Diamond in Luton. On Sunday, he will perform at Scala in King’s Cross, London and will remain in England for the remainder of March.

The 50-year-old deejay who rose to fame last year after a video of him free-styling went viral, is expected to make stops in Wales, East London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol and South London.

In April Gully Bop, whose real name is Robert Malcolm, will perform at concerts throughout the Caribbean, before he jets off to Europe, the USA and Canada where shows are now being organised.


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