M-Gee rides Gully Bop's collab to Sting

December 23, 2015
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Philadelphia based recording artiste M-Gee has had the best year of his career in 2015, and will get a chance to end the year on the same note with a performance at Sting.

M-Gee's collaboration with Gully Bop titled Life Too Sweet was quite popular on radio and social media, and went on to receive over 500,000 views on YouTube.com.

Since the release of this single, M-Gee has been racking up bookings throughout the dancehall diaspora. He has performed at Reggae Sumfest, Irie Jamboree in New York, and Canada's Caribana Music Festival among the many other events this year.

"It is a blessing to get picked for the show. A lot of artistes wish they were in my shoe right now. Sting is the greatest and biggest dancehall show in history, period! If you can pass the Sting test, you know you can take on the dancehall world, which is not an easy road. This is not my first Sting, so I know what to expect. I am still preparing to give a stellar performance; can't take anything for granted. Right now I am rehearsing and getting everything together for the big Boxing Day show- down. Jamworld not gonna be normal remember that." he told The STAR.

Th artiste will release a new mixtape titled Sky Level Mix in early 2016. The effort will feature 30 tracks compiled by Jah T Jr, Studio 500 and GS Entertainment. He has also released a new music video for his new record Reach The Top.

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