Based in Delaware, he spent his time playing at concerts and also teaching the people of Delaware the culture and tradition of The Gambia through music.
In an interview with Standard Entertainment, Egalitarian said: “The mission was successfully completed. I got all the connections I wanted. I have a management team in the US who are ready to work with my team down here in The Gambia. They want to partner not only with my team in The Gambia but the people of The Gambia in general. They have a lot of plans for The Gambia which I can’t reveal now. I am glad that I am back in The Gambia but my main mission is to strengthen the ties between Delaware and The Gambia.”
Egalitarian also expressed interest to work with few Gambian artistes whom he will be taking to the US every year for a similar project.
“I already have two artistes in mind whom I will really love to work with. I want to take them to the US to play few gigs and work with my band members there. This is among the issues which brings me to The Gambia. By February, I will also launch my album Sensible Shoes. The first part of the launching was made in the US and it was successful.”]]>