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Dillgin releases debut set Million Miles

Friday, April 21, 2017    

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Singer Dillgin launches his first album, Million Miles, in Chico, California on April 28.

The event will have performances from Dillgin and several artistes, including veteran British deejay Pato Banton, Olaf Blackwood, Mr Surprize, and The Detour Posse Band.

“I am doing a lot of work to promote my music internationally and it’s paying off. I’m getting a lot of support from DJs in Europe, Africa, the UK, and Brazil. This has helped to increase my fan base tremendously,” said Dillgin.

The self-produced Million Miles has 13 songs, all written by Dillgin. Tracks include Shining, Basket and Blessings.


Dilgin produced the set for his Wall Streetz Records.

“I strongly believe in recording original songs. As a reggae artiste, this is very important. When your music and message is authentic, it makes it easier forpeople to gravitate to you,” said the Trelawny-born artiste.

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