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Dovey Magnum does well on US tour

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'Bawl Out' queen Dovey Magnum recently performed at the popular Eleuthera, Driftwood Beach, in The Bahamas. This stop is one of many on her Bawl Out Nation Tour where she has delivered a series of stellar performances throughout.

Upon her return to the United States, Dovey Magnum performed to a sold-out crowd in Philadelphia where her singles Bawl Out and Prayer Mi Use and Win were crowd favourites.

 

"From the Bahamas to Philadelphia I gave my usual best. I felt so overwhelmed at the support I received in the Bahamas and I look forward to breaking more barriers and elevating from here onward" said Dovey Magnum.

 

With new singles Mademoiselle and Good now available on several digital media platforms, Dovey Magnum is eager to please her fans.

 

"My fan base has been growing tremendously. At first, they would just sing Bawl Out word for word, but now they are singing Prayer Mi Use and Win, Mademoiselle and Good! I can't ask for anything more than that," she added.

 

Set to perform on New York's hot Labour Day weekend, Dovey Magnum is booked for Hot 97's On Da Reggae Tip show and also at Anything Goes, hosted by DJ Noire of Power 105.1.

 

She is also set to perform at New Rules on September 8 in New York.

 

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