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Da'Ville creating waves with number one songs

da%27ville_daville_senapaulhtgirlsmodels.jpgDa'Ville keep rising, he has now stretch his talent to the 'Mother Land' Africa. He now has a number one song on the Kenya's Top 40 Reggae Chart with 'Dreaming' - the song is on the 1-9 rhythm produced by Jamaica's famous Robert Livingston from the Big Yard label.

His latest single 'Yesterday' continues to do justice for the singer's career.

It is positioned on Richie B's Top 20 Reggae Chart at #1. Ascending to #8 on Hype TV Top 20 Singles Chart and #2 on RE TV's Top 20 Reggae Chart. Entertainment pundits are predicting that, at the pace the song is moving, in a couple weeks time it could be in the top 5 position on all major charts.

The single and the video are enjoying heavy rotation locally and internationally.

Da'Ville has a rather hectic schedule of activities slated for the month of May. On, May 3 and 5th he will performing in Grenada and Antigua respectively, with all the other events slated for the US. May 10, he will be in Washington, DC, and then on Sunday, May 11 it will be at the Queen of The Sea event in Queens, New York.

He will be in Hawaii for a two-day stint on May 17 and 18 at Reggae on the Rocks in Maui, going to Atlanta on May 22 where he will make an appearance on the Atlanta Carnival 10th Annual Flag Party.

Next will be Brooklyn, New York on May 25 where he will perform at the Soca Symphony '08, culminating with his final show at the West Indian Social Club in Hartford, Connecticut where he will perform at Stone Love & Da'Ville's Girls Call.

Apart from the very promising 'Yesterday', Da'Ville has to his credit other hit and popular songs such as 'Always On My Mind', 'Can't Get Over You', 'This Time I Promise', 'I'm In Love With You', 'Give Thanks For What You Got' and 'In Heaven' among others.

Da'Ville has proven to us time and time again that hard work will definitely reap good benefits.


Comments (2)


Posted by BODO | May 5, 2008 8:01 AM

Da'ville keep it up cuz we are waiting for you to come and sing for us here in kenya,nairobi.we love your songs.

Posted by Kokisi | October 19, 2008 1:45 PM

Hi,Da'ville, we lov ya music.Kip da fire burnin'

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