Reggae crooner Bugle now in the fifth week of his three-month international sojourn arrived in Japan over the weekend after wrapping up the first leg of his European tour with stops in Germany, France, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
Arriving on the Asian continent the singer kicked off the second leg on his ‘Be Yourself’ tour on Sunday night with a concert in Okayama to much fanfare.
“Even though I was a bit exhausted from the European flight I must say the Japanese people have given me even more reason to press on. The concert was great and the fans came out and showed a lot of support especially for the new album and for that I am extremely grateful. Truth is, once I arrived at the venue I didn’t even remember I was tired” – a seemingly jocund Bugle intimated.
Bugle’s next stop will be at the 'Alife' concert venue in Sapporo this Wednesday.
In other news, the ‘Rasta Party’ singer is also featured in the June edition of Canada’s L3 Magazine. In a very in-depth interview with writer and journalist Natasha Von Castle, Bugle shares personal thoughts and boardroom decision making to bring his album ‘Be Yourself’ to fruition.
Many industry players consider L3 Magazine as North America's No.1 Caribbean-Urban publication, which focuses on the Arts, Fashion, Politics and Music of the region.