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Reggae star Sophia Squire will be embarking on her first ever winter European tour as a headliner. The Love Can't Pay the Bills singer has emerged as a major force on the reggae scene this year with breakout performances during Reggae Sumfest International Night One and other major shows and her singles have been put into regular rotation on FM radio.

"It's been a wonderful year for me so far and it is going to end strongly with this winter tour, my first major European tour. I am eagerly looking forward to it," she said.
Squire's upcoming tour of Europe and the United Kingdom will begin in January 2014 confirmed by her management Bredrock Music Label with confirmed dates in the country of Norway, and in the cities of Stockholm, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark; and London in England.
In the meantime, Sophia Squire has been pushing ahead with promotions of her new singles. She has been earning marvelous reviews for the anti-domestic abuse anthem, Love Don't Hurt on DJ Frass' Diamond and Gold rhythm.
"The song has been a rally cry and motivator for abused women, encouraging them to stand strong against abuse and disrespect. As women, we have to empower each other, look at the headlines in the national newspapers, domestic abuse has to stop," she said.
She rocked Montego Bay's most popular radio Mello FM 88, live outside broadcast show and delivered the goods at the LIME-sponsored school aid show in Portmore St. Catherine recently. Sophia Squire is known for singles such as 'Rat-a-Tat' and 'Nature' but this year, she has steadily built her presence on social media, triggered by the success of the single, 'Some Day' which is produced by Swedish producer Frederick Mikaelsson. The video has over 129,000 hits on youtube over the past month. In the past few months, Squire has become a bit of a social media sensation as 'Love Caan Pay the Bills' featuring Rich Ras for the Tremor Modernise, generated heated debate between males and females on the social networks of Facebook and Twitter. You can follow her on Twitter @sophiasquire and check out her music on youtube,
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