Glamaton anticipating local shows
Cayman-based dancehall artiste Glamaton is getting ready to take his career to the next level. The hard-working entertainer, who originally hails from St Elizabeth, is getting ready to visit Jamaica to promote his album, Jamaican Slang.
The album's title track, Jamaican Slang, is enjoying strong rotation on a number of top local radio stations, including HITZ 92 FM and IRIE FM. The supporting music video is also doing well.
"I love the progress I'm making with my career; things are really looking up since I released my album. Right now, I'm ready to take my career all the way to the top. I'm flying in this weekend to promote the album," Glamaton said.
Glamaton is also scheduled to perform on several events during his visit to Jamaica. "It's been a very long time since my last performance at home and I'm really looking forward to these upcoming events. I can't wait to touch the stage and perform for my Jamaican fans," said Glamaton.
One of the main events he is booked for is the South Coast Rum, Food and Music Festival at the Tiger Market Lawns in May Pen, Clarendon, on July 23.