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  • Writer's pictureRomaine Brown

Ginjah Hits The Road, While Maintaining A Presence On The Charts

Reggae artist Ginjah is currently on a tour in the United States as his single "Tun Up" gains momentum

Reggae artiste, Ginjah at an event in Phoenix, Arizona

Reggae artiste Ginjah is getting ready to hit the road with select dates across in the United States. The artiste who is presently riding the New York and South Florida reggae charts with the songs Tun Up (Tads Records) and Bashan (The Lord Says) produced by Iconic Azul Entertainment, will be performing in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Minneapolis.

“Right now the song Tun Up is doing wonders and promoters have been reaching out because the fans want to hear the message. The fans in the United States can look for me soon because we are coming your way,” said Ginjah.

On February 16, Ginjah performs at the EDM House in Columbus, Ohio, then on February 17, fans in Cincinnati can catch him in action at Cove 51.

March 29 will see Ginjah performing the hits at Loft Adiq in Gary, Indiana, while fans in Chicago, Illinois will have their fill of Ginjah’s hits when he performs at the Safari Lounge. The action continues in Minneapolis on April 5.

Ginjah’s Tun Up, which is currently generating a buzz on radio stations locally, moves up from number 19 to number 17 on the latest South Florida Reggae chart. Over on the New York Reggae chart, Bashan (The Lord Says) rises from number 14 to number 13.

Tun Up was inspired by the affection he has for his significant other. “I feel elated to know that my music is making waves after all the challenges that I have faced. I’m more concerned about making good songs and songs that will stand the test of time while inspiring others. I am thankful for the song’s success nevertheless,” said Ginjah.

While he is still promoting his most recent album 'Soul Man', Ginjah is gearing up to release an album titled Tun Up which will be produced by Tads Records.


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