Demarco Returns To Africa This Summer 2013
KINGSTON, JAMAICA | MAY 13, 2013 | Currently enjoying a career upsurge, internationally acclaimed Jamaican superstar Demarco is set to return to Africa this summer.
The entertainer has been confirmed for four (4) shows on the continent which will see him invading Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Guinea next month. The trip will also denote Demarco’s second time visiting the motherland following his inaugural visit last August to Ghana and Uganda.
During his previous stint the ‘Give Thanks For Life’ singer visited numerous radio and television stations; participated in a tree planting exercise and collaborated with multi-award winning international Ghanaian singer Samini. The trip culminated with two shows in Dome, Ghana and Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala, Uganda with both concerts pulling a combined audience in excess of 50,000 patrons.
Prior to this summer’s African trip Demarco will also be breaking new ground in the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E) performing for the first time in the capital city of Dubai. Other confirmed assignments include: Bahamas, Bermuda, Washington D.C., Atlanta and Toronto, Canada.
Meanwhile, locally his latest single ‘Continue Whine’ is now positioned at No.6 on the FIWI Choice Top 10 Video Chart show and made its debut on the HYPE-TV Top 20 Chart. The singer is expected to release a number of new singles and videos and in the coming weeks.
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