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Singa J to head back to the US this November for several shows BOOKINGS: 8743900 Featured

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Black Roses Entertainment recording artiste Singa J will head off to the US for a series of gigs thius November. Earlier this year, he participated in a a successful club tour along the east coast of the United States multiple stops at clubs all along the east coast. The tour also featured Cobra, D'Angel, and G Warren.

"The tour proved that Singa J is in demand in the US. After the first tour stop, ah me close every single show and mi shell it down. Right now, in Jamaica, the song ah the biggest song inna the dance, Boom Boom ah endorse it, Sadiki and Pan a Knock with the potcover, ah crazy energy. Right now, mi a pree a combination with Bounty Killer, mi have a lot of other singles too, mi ah do crazy dubs fi a song name 'Counter' weh mi do fi DJ Frass, the sound man dem inna New York love it. Right now the ting ah step in time for December," he said. In November, he has been booked for a show called 'I Was Born By the River' on November 10 in Jacksonville, and a show dubbed 'Singa J Birthday Bash on November 16th and then a dance called 'I Can't Stay Away' in Club Latino on November 17th. The artiste's latest single, ‘Stay Away’, has been put in regular rotation on FM radio and the video’s release next week will amp up things to the next level. Heavyweight disc jocks like Big A, Johnny Kool and Ice have been spinning the record. ‘Stay Away’ was co-written with fellow artiste Nicky B and released on the One Life rhythm for Never Sleep Productions.
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