Dillgin pleased with his Life

Dillgin pleased with his Life

Saturday, December 07, 2019

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Emerging reggae singer Dillgin is pleased with the response in the streets with his grimy soulful dancehall single, My Life, which was released on the Chase Mills Records label in May of this year.

“When the song play now, the man dem a beat down the zinc dem and ah give it pure fire torch,” Dillgin said.

The single has been popping up on the playlists of a number of ethnic radio stations from California to France and he has been getting an advance buzz among street selectors and mixtape deejays in Jamaica.

“People say: 'Dillgin yu find it', so mi ah keep up the promotion. This song, My Life, is a personal song for me, it chronicles my journey through life and dancehall and reflect my 'love each day of my life' philosophy so I plan to go all out and do a video as well,” he said.

Dillgin is now in Africa where he performed live with the Gravitti Band at the Nairobi Jam concert held as part of the BMG 2019 Reggae Music Conference at the Goethe Institute in Kenya.

Earlier this year, Dillgin, backed by his Million Miles band, launched his debut album --- Go For The Money Tree --- at the Kingston 10 Sports Bar and Grill. Dillgin performed several of the songs from his reggae-fusion set.

“2019 has been a breakout year for Dillgin, I launched my first album, I did a live performance in Jamaica, I launched my Lupus Foundation and now, I have an unstoppable song that people believe in,” he said.

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