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Posted by G-Mark On 12:28 PM


Since parting ways with his former manager, dancehall artiste Khago says he has been getting much buzz overseas.

Speaking with THE STAR, shortly before leaving for Philadelphia on Friday, Khago said he has been getting numerous overseas shows. In recent times, he said he has done several shows in Washington DC, Bronx and England. In addition, he also has shows lined up for Antigua, St Lucia, Fort Lauderdale, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Boston where he will perform at the Hot 97 show alongside several other hip-hop acts.

"Everything is a growing process, just like in Jamaica when you launch out for the first time," he told THE STAR.

Earlier this year, Khago severed ties with Paul 'Bankey' Giscombe. At the time, Khago said: "Mi hardly a get no show, an' just one month ago mi fly for the first time, months after mi have the Nah Sell Out Mi Friend Dem, the biggest song inna Jamaica fi 2010."

Months later, Khago, especially since forming ties with Corey Todd and Claude Mills, claims that things have improved.

He said that he is now writing better music. "Right now, mi heart calm down so mi kinda a find some better songs," he said.

Evidence of this, he said, can be found in the fact that Tun Up Mi Ting on the 'Overproof' rhythm is doing well overseas and is now on New York's Hot 97 FM.

"I am finally getting to go out in the world and perform for my fans overseas, and doing radio shows in New York, Boston and Connecticut, and more people are listening to and getting to know Khago. The other day I was in New York and hear dem play Tun Up De Ting on the HOT 97 radio station and it was a great feeling, the thing gone international now," he said in a release.

Khago said other songs like Blood A Boil and If This Is Not Love are also doing well.

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