With the hit single Shining serving as a sort of reintroduction to the fans Dillgin his seeing his hard work in the form of non-stop promotion paying off.
Just last month the artist stirred up a whirlwind with back to back appearances on multiple media formats. The activities on both TV and radio have once more put Dillgin squarely within eyeshot of the public.
Jamaicans are waking up to Dillgin and everyday are being wooed by Shining now sitting in the top 10 of several charts namely: The Top 25 Reggae Charts, Foundation Radio Top 30 Music Charts for New York and South Florida, Blacker Top 20 Countdown and Stampede Street Charts.
Over a course of 14 days Dillgin kept up a hectic work schedule with radio interviews on Hitz 92 FM with Roderick Howell, RJR Radio with Kenneth Reid and a marathon late night session on Irie FM with impresario GT Taylor.
TV was also graced with his presence where the artist impressed everyone at Hype TV Up & Live with Kevin Thompson, also Blacker Top 20 Countdown show shot in Cockburn Pen and CVM’s morning show CVM Sunrise hosted by Rohan Daley. All this was topped off with a performance on The Jamaica Independence Concert at Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre.
On the heels of Shining are also two more potential hits Million Miles for Cash Flow Records and Blessings on Troyton’s hit riddim.
The artist is already booked on several engagements for the months of November and December beginning with a show on November 7th in Trelawny hosted by GT Taylor and featuring others such as Thugsy Malone and Danny English.
Diligin when asked how he feels about this resurgence in popularity says that he is not overly excited and quoted from his next single that is dropping “I have a million miles to go and the journey just began”.
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