Demarco Wraps U.S Concerts & Embark On U.K. Tour This Weekend

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After delivering a pair of solid performances amid frigid weather conditions at the United Banquet Hall in Hartford, Connecticut and Princehall  in Newark, New Jersey over the weekend, International Dancehall star Demarco is now back in Jamaica making final preparations for his upcoming tour of the United Kingdom which gets on the way this weekend. 

Dubbed ‘GOOD BOOK’, the week-long tour will commence on Friday, January 30th at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Trafford Park, Manchester before culminating at The Coronet in the capital city London. Despite landing two nominations for ‘Best Reggae Act’ at the 2013 and 2014 Urban Music Awards (UMA) and topping the BBC 1Xtra Charts with hits like ‘Good Book’ and ‘Puppy Tail’, Demarco has been physically absence from the U.K. scene for a number of years and promises an invigorating showcase upon his arrival.

“When I return to the U.K this week it’s going to be nothing short of musical pandemonium, it’s been a while since I’ve  visited and all my British fans have been yearning.“ – Demarco explained.

Armed with an expansive catalogue of hits the Jamaican added that his fans will be in for a treat,

“I am not going there merely to sing songs__ any artiste can do that! What I plan to do is give my fans a full entertainment package that will leave a lasting impression and keep the Dancehall and Reggae banner flying high.” – He added.

As part of his ongoing promotional campaign Demarco will also make at stop at the studios of BBC 1Xtra to update listeners on the latest happening including his recent interview shot in Jamaica with the British-based media house; the new season of his reality series ‘Talk Yuh Mind’ and expanding his camp True Gift Entertainment (TGE) with the signing of two new acts.

Meanwhile, working assiduously in the studio Demarco has teamed up with fast rising producer Jay-Crazie for the release of his latest single titled ‘GUD UP GUD UP MUMA’  featured on the Gud Up Gud Up Riddim. The single speaks to the practices of mothers who tend to neglect their children in pursuit of self-satisfaction. The blonde-hair singer is also promoting his new single ‘LEVELS TO THIS’ the sequel to ‘Good Book’ produced by Kick Dem Records.
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