Iyara is tried, tested and Proven

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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IYARA is currently on a month-long tour of Canada where he performed at a gig at Devon's House Bar and Nightclub in Leamington, Ontario, recently. He so impressed the owners that they booked him for a follow-up show, which he did last Saturday.

“Ah just crazy shellings ah gwaan on this Canada tour. Special big ups to all the Alliance fans who support Iyara. Dem really a respond to the music in a real way,” Iyara said.

Iyara will end his Canada run with a performance at the Ring restaurant , bar and catering on August 25 in Brantford, Canada.

The deejay, who is a member of Bounty Killer's Alliance, is touring to support his eight-track EP Proven.

The EP is produced by his own label, Bellevue Entertainment, and is distributed by Johnny Wonder Distribution. The EP features major collaborations with artistes such as Bounty Killer, Bunji Garlin and Wayne Wonder.

He has continued to push the EP in the local marketplace, aggressively distributing it to his growing legion of fans.

“We have printed up over 10,000 CDs which we have distributed islandwide, getting it directly in the hands of the people. I am loving the response in the streets so far, because this EP has some of my best work so far, features with Bounty Killer, Bunji Garlin, and Wayne Wonder and other exclusive tracks. The summer has been a good one for me so far,” Iyara said.

Last month, he was in the United States doing a series of promotional appearances and international bookings to promote his EP, and is gearing up to return for a series of shows.

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