Dancehall sensation Gully bop is now settling down after a long flight to the island of Great Britain.
Gully Bop has landed Safely and is gearing up for his fist international performance.
This marks his very first trip outside of his homeland, Jamaica.
“Well them say me never a go make it at Jamworld. Say me can’t pass Christmas to the New year, but who God bless no man curse,” Gully Bop reasoned as he dismissed naysayers upon arrival at the Gatwick Airport.
His first offshore performance is set for this Saturday at Club Diamond in Luton followed by Scala in King’s Cross, London on Sunday. Gully Bop remains in England for the remainder of March.
In April he commences concerts throughout the Caribbean, before he jets off for dates in progress for Europe, the USA and Canada.
Gully Bop formerly known, as Country Man has been an aspiring dancehall artiste for decades.
His Frenz For Real produced single that propelled him to dancehall’s mainstream, “Body Specialist” is still running charts in the U.K. and other territories.
Currently he enjoys the success of several singles such as “Bad Like We”, produced by Claims Records that recently peaked at #1 on iTunes Reggae Chart.
He has over a dozen other singles that are now in rotation across the globe: “Roun’ Here”, “Drop Mi” FT Imari, “Life Too Sweet” FT M-Gee, “Miss Goldie” and “Gully Wine” among others.
Rags To Riches his debut EP is set for release this summer.