The Bad Gyal has kept tongues wagging since first breaking into the Dancehall scene with the self produced, shockingly refreshing and thought provoking smash Changez. Now with her new album Waiting in-toe, Ce'Cile heads off to Germany this March for a series of shows with German Reggae Superstar Peter Fox.
Since her début in the late nineties Ce'Cile has been a regular staple in the international dancehall and reggae market. Her sultry singing, along with finely honed dee-jaying skills have made her one of the most sought after dancehall/reggae singers now on the scene.
Peter Fox is currently number one on the German Charts. After being on the album charts for four and a half months, Fox won three Echo Awards (aka the German Grammies) in the categories of: Best Hip-Hop/Urban Album, Critics Award and Producer of the Year.
Fox is the former lead singer Germany's most successful Reggae Band Seeed, but has eclipsed the success he had with Seeed by selling over 1 million units and counting of his debut solo album named Stadtaffe (City Ape) which was released on September 8, 2008. He has also topped the million hits mark on youtube on multiple occasions.
The Bad Gyal will open for Peter Fox on 6 shows including one at the biggest indoor concert venue in Germany; the Lanxess Arena in Cologne which holds 16,000 people. The tour will see Ce'Cile performing to crowds of between 9 and 16,000 and news from Germany are that most tickets are already sold.
Ce'Cile is no stranger to Germany as her release Hot Like We has been a famous club and mainstream radio hit in Germany for over three years, although it was never officially released there until last summer. The artiste is also highly rated on the urban scene and this is a grand opportunity for her and Jamaican music in general to reach a wider audience.
With this tour Ce'Cile will get the chance to satisfy her waiting German fans and also show the German mainstream pop audience why the German Reggae crowd has already fallen in love with her style and music. The artiste will also make stops in Hamburg, France and Austria. throughout the tour.