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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Bugle Climbs iTunes Chart & Ready For Europe, UK and Japan Tour [WATCH VIDEO]


Delivering another solid performance on Sunday night (April 30th) at the 2017 instalment of Reggae On The Hill at the Farley Hill National Park, Barbados; Reggae Stalwart Bugle is now back in Jamaica making final preparations for his upcoming tour.

Scheduled to depart the island later this month for a three-month stint across Europe, Japan and the United Kingdom. The tour which commence on June 2 will see the ‘Nuh Compatible’ singer making his first stop in Hamburg, Germany before spending several weeks on that continent, from there he’ll turn his attention to Japan for a brief stint, then the United Kingdom for four shows in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol before returning to Europe for the final leg of his sojourn. 

"Firstly, I just want to say a special thank you to the people of Barbados for the warm reception I received over the weekend. The performance was great and what was even more amazing was how quickly patrons caught onto the new material from my latest album." - Bugle said



However, before jetting off to his extensive tour Bugle is billed to headline a concert in Guyana on May 26th as part of that country’s 51st independence celebrations.

Meanwhile, on the musical front his sophomore album ‘Be Yourself’ continues to do well. The Ganja Remix featuring Shaggy done by international EDM producer and disc jock Henry Fong is currently No.42 on the U.S Top 100 iTunes Chart, while another remix done by the Germaicans has shot to the No.3 spot on the iTunes Hot Tracks Reggae chart. This comes in the wake of his album being added to radio outlets in New Zealand and Australia.

Alluding to his latest accomplishments Bugle added, "I have put a lot of work into this album and it's very comforting to see how receptive the fans have been to my latest effort. Furthermore this is the kind of encouragement that makes you want to push even harder and keep the Reggae flag flying high across the globe."