Following the successful release of his hit single Bul Falleh Nyee, Gee (real name: Gibou Bala-Gaye) has become The Gambiaâ€™s leading rapper. His poetic delivery and commitment to his career has enabled him to capture the attention of rap enthusiasts nationwide.
Eager to know more about the 25-year-old rap, Whatâ€™s
Things are not okay for the Organization of Gambians in Stockholm (OGIS). After a recently held general meeting, that saw Gambians at each otherâ€™s throats, the organization has now been left with two chairpersons. According to a former member of the organization, this is unprecedented in the history of OGIS.
She has been described by many as Gambiaâ€™s answer to Viviane Ndour. Since she burst onto the scene, Rugie has produced some of the best singles in the country.
The 24-year-old is without doubt one of the best singers today. The Gambiaâ€™s love affair with her is growing stronger and
The rift among members of the Organization of Gambians in Stockholm (OGIS) is widening, with both Louie Mbegu Sagnia and Mariama Cole claiming to be the organizationâ€™s legitimate chairperson. Gambians in Stockholm are now wondering if there will be any Cultural Week, this summer.
The Cultural Week traditionally takes place in June,
She is poised to become one of Franceâ€™s leading black models. Awa Ceesay wants Gambians to know that she is an adult and not scared of posing topless.
Despite her Muslim background, the 22-year-old is never afraid of striking seductive poses for the camera. In this edition of Whatâ€™s On-Gambia,
If I were to mention the name Big Faa in a conversation with friends most would look at me and ask â€“who is he? He is a talented underground rapper, who has worked with the likes of Mo Hawk, Jali Madi and few others.
Big Faa is well known
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