Jahmiel wraps up US tour, heads to Gambia

Wrapping up his 14 city US Tour, dubbed Strongest Soldier Tour, Jahmiel is off to Gambia.


Wrapping up his 14-city US Tour, dubbed Strongest Soldier Tour, Jahmiel is off to Gambia.


After three weeks in the US visiting cities such as Kansas, Minnesota, San Diego, Oakland, Los Angeles and Arizona, Jahmiel gained a new set of fans. With only three years since his breakthrough hit single, Gain the World, Jahmiel has been able to carve a path for himself, which has him as one of the most sought-after artists out of Jamaica.

While on tour, Jahmiel performs singles from his growing catalogue like Where Were You, Things Take Time, Years To Come, True Colours, Real Father, Strongest Soldier, U Me Luv, Gain the World just to name a few. The response from the diverse audience each night also opened the eyes of the budding star.

“This business takes a lot of work, we have to put in the work to reap the benefits. The world is big and we can’t just Mek our music stop a Jamaica alone, we have to get out there and push it”, says Jahmiel.

Completing his final show in Philadelphia on Sunday, he headed straight to the airport and is now off to Gambia where he is scheduled to perform for the first time.

“There is great anticipation in Gambia for Jahmiel, the smiling coast is ready for the Great Man,” says Amesha Walker.

He is also completing his debut album but has not mentioned any release date as yet.

Written by Manny King John

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