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Making his debut performance in one of Europe’s major summer festivals- Glanamundo Wereldfestival Geleen, Gambian entertainer- T Smallz stamped his mark leaving the jam-packed crowd astonished.
Known for breaking new grounds, coupled with his versatile delivery, the dancehall entertainer entered the stage as the crowd erupts, giving him an instant feeling of gratitude and reassurance that he is on the right path. Prior to this debut appearance in this European nation, there have been numerous promos about The Gambian dancehall performer. Glanamundo Wereldfestival earlier on posted in their site which reads; Proud to present, T-Smallz Katato Suso Glanamundo Wereldfestival 2018, The Gambia time to shine #Geleen #Holland.

“It is summer time in Europe and a lot of shows happening and since I have been going and playing shows there. I keep having booking all year around and I believe these will open doors for me and a lot of Gambian artistes too, God willing. Again, this tour of Europe is very important hence this is what every artiste wants having gigs coming from countries for you and having all the treatment it comes with. So I give thanks,” he told Standard Lite earlier on.

The tour, he added, is meant to spread positivity through his music and at the same time promote Gambian music globally. It will also accord him to get some international recognition as well as rising star in his fame.
While on this year’s Europe tour, T Smallz will be making stops in Germany, Sweden, Austria, Holland and Italy.

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With numerous albums and a multiple of collabos featuring both local and international acts, T Smallz these past years has established himself as a performer, whose reputation is easily notice in The Gambia’s music landscape.

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