Rygin King is making big moves in the United States!
The Fast-rising Dancehall deejay, who recently acquired his US visa and work permit, is already busy at work.
The “Tuff” deejay recently performed to a sold out venue at a club in Atlanta, Georgia.
His performance marks the deejay’s first appearance in North America after dominating local gigs throughout the summer holiday following the release of several successful songs including “Learn,” “How Mi Grow,” and “Tuff.”
The 23-year-old recording artist has been making a big influence in the Jamaican music industry. Now, his unique Trap-fused Dancehall sound is reportedly in high demand overseas as fans remain eager to see the young phenomenon who dominated Reggae Sumfest 2018.
Over the past few years, Dancehall acts have found increasing difficulty attaining US work permits. However, this was not the case for the Rygin King, who claims the key is to “focus on putting out good music and stay clear of trouble with the law.”
The Montego Bay-based artist’s first tour stop was resounding success and the next tour stops include Hartford, Connecticut, New York, and Florida, according to the deejay’s management team.