Reggae Artiste Denno Releases New Singles Ahead Of European Tour

In a bid to capitalize on the recent success of the single Tek Mi Life, Master One recording artiste Denno will embark on a promotional tour of Europe in February.

In a bid to capitalize on the recent success of the single Tek Mi Life, Master One recording artiste Denno will embark on a promotional tour of Europe in February.

The trek will see Denno performing in France, Paris, Italy, Amsterdam and in the UK.

In a release to the media, Denno was quite ecstatic about upcoming jaunt. “The tour will show the world who Denno is and what I am capable of delivering as an artiste. I am really looking forward to entertaining the people who have been supporting the work that I have been doing”, said Denno.

Denno recently released the songs Dem Nuh Real and Think Bout Gal. Dem Nuh Real tells the tale about friends who are fake. It was produced by Master One Productions.

Think Bout Gal which features newcomer Melloquence was recorded as a treat for the ladies. Said Denno “We realized that the females are being ignored so Melloquence and I decided to team up and give the girls their due”.

Both songs have been enjoying steady rotation on FM radio both in Jamaica and overseas. They will serve as a precursor to Denno’s debut reggae album which is being produced by Penthouse Music’s Donovan Germain.

Among Denno’s newest recordings are Nuh Hail fi Dem, Mix up Time, Chatty Chatty and Mama Hungry.

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