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May 27, 2014
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Asfa rocks Young Men's Leadership Talent show


Fast rising reggae singer Asfa, recently visited the Big Apple for a one week promotional tour which included a number of radio and television appearances.

Asfa was also one of the featured acts at the Young Men's Leadership Talent Show fundraiser event held at the Springfield High School in Queens, New York.

Asfa closed the show with a magnificent performance which included songs from his growing catalogue such as Many Are Called, Mother I and Do It Dad. During the performance of Do It Dad he invited his father Carl Whyte on stage. this brought tears to the eyes of many of the patrons in the house.

"This performance was a very emotional experience for me as I performed Do It Dad, a song I wrote in tribute to my father. I also did Mother I. this is a song written for my mom and all the other good mothers of the world," said Asfa.

His rendition of John Legend's All Of Me, also went well with the large audience.

"The ladies went wild when I performed All Of Me. That was another high point of my performance," Asfa said.

He is extremely happy about the tour. "It was a very hectic week of activities for me. I did a series of media interviews. I had a very good time when I did an interview with DJ Triple 555 and Mad Indian on Theliontvshow.com. I also had the opportunity to meet Bobby Clarke, the CEO of IRIE Jam radio. It was a very good experience all round. I'm sure I made some new fans in New York," said the artiste who is set to release a new single called 500 Miles.

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