Allamuta Cultural Group launches second album in Gunjur
The Allamuta Cultural Group in Gunjur on Saturday 25th August launched their second album at a colourful event where Jali Alieu Fadera and his Group put up a brilliant performance to entertain the guests at the album launch.
The cultural singing and dancing group of mainly women led by Alieu Fadera have impressed with array of songs including a melodious song about the Stockholm based Gunjur diva, MamaKaddy Bajo among others.
The album “Terry Saboo” (Three friends) which comprises of 12 songs including Bala Gaye sisters, Lala Kunta, saw fans dance into the early hours of the morning.
The group Leader Alieu Fadera told GunjurOnline that he is over whelmed by the attendance of the program and thanked all the attendees especially Green Vision international Gambia Branch who were the main sponsors of their 2 Albums (Green Vision Real Estate and Terry Saboo). Mr Fadera further extends his sincere gratitude to the people who have sponsored tracks on the Album.
Speaking on the challenges faced by artists in The Gambia, Jali Alieu lamented that being an Artist is not an easy task as it requirws a lot of commitment, dedication and support. Therefore, we are appealing for help from home and abroad so that we can achieve or goals in the music industry.
Other Artists and the groups in attendance include Alankokang Cultural Group, Sambou Suso, Bukunako Cultural Group from Sifor and Rainbow Cultural Group from Sanyang, Otita Cultural Group from Sukuta Dembadu respectively.
The Albums can be obtained directly through Alamuta Cultural Group for D150. You can reach the group on telephone 3312263, in the diaspora your can reach Jainaba Darboe Sillah UK on 00447539219168 and Fatou Kombeh Bojang Darboe, UK for your copies.
Alieu concluded by saying that it is not easy to stage a program as it is always difficult and you cannot satisfy all, as a result, he extends his apologies to all whom may have been dissatisfied during the program and promises to improve and make it even better in the future.