Breakout sensation NADG joins Munga Honourable on Europe tour

Rising dancehall sensation NADG is set to make his mark on the European music scene.

Joining the ranks of established dancehall icon Munga Honourable, NADG will be performing in over 20 cities as part of the Munga Honourable European Tour, which kickd off on September 15 in Breman, Germany.

The tour promises to be an electrifying journey across some of Europe's most vibrant cities.

Presented by Roots Vibes Promotions, based in the Netherlands, this tour will be bringing the infectious rhythms and beats of dancehall straight to the heart of Europe, covering cities such as Frankfurt, Stockholm, Paris, Bologna, Antwerp, and Amsterdam.

When asked about the tour, NADG shared, "It is an honour to be going to Europe on my first-ever tour, especially alongside an artiste of Munga Honourable's calibre. The energy, the music, and the connection; I'm eagerly looking forward to sharing all of this with my European fans."


NADG's fresh take on dancehall, combined with his genuine passion for the art form, has earned him a rapidly growing fan base. This tour is expectesd to further establish his place in the global dancehall scene.

He continued: "I know We A Run E Grung has made a big impact in Europe because a lot of the TikTok dance videos came from that side of the world. So I'm ready to go over there and show my face and link with the people."

Highlighting the tour's grand finale, both NADG and Munga Honourable will be sharing the stage with Tommy Lee Sparta on October 29 in Munchen, Germany. With Sparta also being on tour during this period, this collaboration promises to be a dancehall spectacle.

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