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T- SMALLZ RETURNS FROM EUROPEAN TOUR….

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with Kebba Camara T- Smallz Susso who was out of the country for three months touring EuropeT-Smallz Susso, has finally landed at the Yundum International Airport last Monday at around 9:30pm. Reporters did not waste time to ask him at the airport what was the tour all about and if it was successful? The young Gambian artist who recently visited Europe told journalists that his tours are always successful. He said his main reason for visiting Germany, Sweden, Austra and other parts of Europe was to connect with the western producers, promoters and his fellow musicians. “This helps me a lot because apart from connecting with those in the western world who are involved in music, I also staged live performances in those countries. It helped me connect with my fans who are not in the Gambia.” T Smallz Susso revealed to journalists that he is working on two albums which will be released in the world market. He explained that he has sleepless nights when he was in Europe working with producers to record the albums. Smallz said the recordings are done and they are just waiting for the appropriate date to release them. T Smallz uses the opportunity to thank his team without whom he said he would not have been where he is today.]]>

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