Dann-I hits Europe tour

Friday, November 09, 2018

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With the aim to spread his music and attract a new fan base, singer Dann-I is presently in Europe on his When She High tour.

The tour began on October 28 and runs until November 18.

“For me the tour itself is an accomplishment. I'm sure all musicians look forward to travelling to the four corners of the Earth to introduce their music and spread their message, experience different cultures and interact with fans and to gain new fans. I'm also honoured to be another ambassador for reggae and dancehall music”, said Dann-I.

The tour will make stops in Spain, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and in The Netherlands.

Dann-I explained what's in store for fans on the tour.

“They can expect satisfaction; the sweet sound of roots rocking reggae music with an intensifying mix of dancehall. Gi dem weh dem need”, he said.

Dann-I is currently promoting the song Me, Myself and I. He is also working on his debut album, a project that he is excited about.

“I'm extremely excited about the songs on the album. Some are among my best and I'm really looking forward to sharing them with my fans'.

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