By Bakary Ceesay
T Smallz, one of the finest Gambia’s singer and songwriter is set to embark on a European tour in Germany, Italy, Sweden and Austria on 21st June, 2019.
The tour is organised by Worriors in a Dance and Katato Entertainment where he will starts the performances in Germany in clubs includes: Pays Club, Wuppertal on 22nd June, on 28 June at Club Casablanca, Karlsruhe, on 20th July at Club Calwer, Stuttgart, on 3rd August at Diamond Dance Café, Halle Saale. On 10th August in Austria Vienna, at Na Nang Club, while in Italy will on 16 August Playa Catania Lido Jolly Club, on 17 August at Replay Club, Bologna, in Sweden he will play at Styrsofestiven and Switzerland, Belgium are lineup.
Smallz told journalists shortly before he left the Gambia the objective of the tour is meant to reach out to fans across globe, hence his music is not only listen to Gambian only it is prudent to do more show in Europe in building more audiences and contacts.
He explained that he four shows in Germany, two in Italy, one in Austria and one in Sweden which is a Styrsofestiven after the festival I will do a live unplug show which will be film.
“Switzerland and Belgium are line up and we are open to more booking along the line, with a studio session with artistes, video shooting, duplates sessions with deejays, producers and promoters across Europe”
He assured the fans that quality entertainment will be guarantee especially show that he will play live band, adding that this tour will be special as he has new songs video for the fans in all kind of music like reggae dancehall, afro beat and hip-hop.
He pointed out that he has released new single ‘Problem’ ft Lil Omz and shot the video and video for a song called ‘Elafta Elafta’ is the first single from his album in progress called ‘Level Low’ with different producers both home and abroad.
“This is a big uplifment for my music to representing Gambia across the globe in educating and entertaining the global fan, I am calling on my fans across the globe to get ready for an amazing shows coming at your various cities,” T. Smallz widely called Katato said.
“I am urging Gambian DJ to keep supporting and embracing Gambian music by playing it in their various concerts because a lot of good music coming out from the Gambia. We commend them for promoting Gambian music but it should be more,” 2013 Nominated Male artiste of the year said.