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Da'Ville gives shocking performance in Tokyo, Japan


Da'Ville continues to captivate the minds of fans all over the globe with his smooth, energetic and infectious performances.

Japanese fans were treated to a full course of diverse entertaining performance when the singer rocked the Ageha Club in Tokyo, Japan on September 7. He had the patrons in the full to capacity club eating from the palms of his hands as he satisfyingly fed them with songs such as 'In Heaven', Can't Get Over You', 'This Time I Promise', 'On My Mind', 'I'm In Love With You', 'My Grade', and his two most recent singles 'Give Thanks For What You've Got' and 'Fling It Up Pon Mi.' Singjay female artiste Ce'Cile also performed on the show and was well received by the audience.

Da'Ville who, in addition to singing, also entertained fans with his electrifying to caressing moves, had female Japanese fans reaching for the skies as he stood in control centre stage. His performance was awesome!

The following nights, September 8 and 9, Japanese fans in Okinowa and in Nagoya were also feted with similar performances.

A week earlier, on September 2, New York fans were treated to a brief, but very entertaining performance at the Irie Jamboree annual event. Several promoters from the Tri-States have been in touch with his booking agents trying to secure dates for more shows in the Big Apple.

The demand for the artiste in the Caribbean is also growing. On August 25, he performed at Tims On The Highway alongside two Barbados acts in front of about 2000 patrons backed by Jamaica's Thugz Band.

Da'Ville returned to Jamaica on September 13, and will leave the island on Thursday, December 20 for Port of Spain, Trinidad where he will perform at the Zen Night Club alongside witty singer Tessanne Chin.


Comments (1)


Posted by NYC | September 19, 2007 10:25 AM

Don't fool the people he ain't do that in NJ at the club the promoter only sold 2 tickets and at the door under 80 people came in. I guess most of them friends of the promoter so do the math.

No one can say the promoter ain't advertise the show because he did nuff advertisement.

So kudos to Japan.

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