“Jere Jere” singer in Juba
BY Mandela Nelson Denis
South Sudanese singer, Dynamq based in USA arrived in Juba, South Sudan at 3pm ahead of the “Jere Jere “concert that most music fans have been waiting for the last three months.
The singer upon landing in the country said that he was very happy to be home after a long time.
“I feel nice and it’s a blessing to be home and warmly received by fellow South Sudanese artists. The warm reception shows peace and love,” Dynamq said.
Promoter Sam told the Juba Monitor that, though it has not been easy, he thanked God for bringing Dynamq home safely.
“The journey has been rough but thank God that he has made it home safely. His fans will be very happy to see him sing live to them,” Sam said.
Dynamq is set to perform at Basket Ball court for a family day show that shall feature South Sudanese stars such as, Dj Cent, Kawaja Revolution, Nesty Baibe, Mclumoex, Rocky J, Tutu Baibe and many other artists.
On Sunday the singer will sing while on Board of a Boat in the Popular Nile Curies that will involve a lot of funs on the River Nile.