Known for hits such as 'Exercise', 'Doh', 'Nuh Compatible', 'Don't Blame Life', 'Rasta Party,' and 'Ganja', reggae singer Bugle continues to garner strong support for his music across the United Kingdom, Europe, and the Asian continent.
Now on the final leg of his 'Be Yourself' world tour, the Rastafarian crooner has been on the road for almost two months promoting his sophomore album of the same name while amplifying his international presence.
The tour, which continues to yield positive results for the Jamaican, with several sold- out venues, has seen him making stops in cities such as Fukuoaka, Sapporo, Okayama, Osaka, Tokushima, Hamburg, Hannover, Berlin, Paris, Prague, Bern,
Zurich, London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Bristol.
Speaking with members of the British media recently following a concert at Brockwell Park in London Bugle said: "Touring is always tough. It's very taxing, both physically and mentally, but that is part of the journey we as entertainers have to bear to get both the music and the message across the globe.
I have been travelling to so many places over the last two months. Sometimes I can't even keep track of where we are and what day it is, but as long as the work is being done, that is all that's important."
Bugle is expected to wrap up his international tour at the end of August.
Coming on the heels of his feature on the cover of Canada's L3 Magazine is the release of a new single, titled Hustler, which speaks to the trials and triumphs of the working class.
The singer is also expected to premiere several music videos in the weeks ahead.