German Based Gambian Releases New album “We are all one’
December 26, 2019
By Bakary Ceesay
Jarck-boy, German based Gambian Reggae danchall artiste has released his debut album called “We are all one’ available worldwide in all digital platforms.
The album comprised of ten tracks presented by Full100 Music. Jarck boy said the album is full of messages that will benefit humanity across the globe authentic Reggae with positive messages. The songs in the album are Let’s all Unite, We are all one, where is the love, Poverty, Love God, Jah Jah Love, Protect my soul, Mama Loving, Never Let me and thank you all
“This album is very inspirational if you and all the messages are issues happening in the globe, as as an artiste i want to speak for people by creating more awareness for a better world where human beings can live in harmony and togetherness as one people despite their color, race and religion,” he said.
He said the album has one video that is shot and he and his management team is working hard to shot more video and for the album. He urged his fans in world to watch out more projects from him, as music is a mission to spread the words of positivity.
He explained that they are planning to make album tour concert in Gambia and Europe to spread the message to the wider audience. He commended his label and all the producers that work hard in making sure that the album is a success.
The album can be purchase here …http://www.artistcamp.com/…/we-are…/9008798317554/index.html#.
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