Gothic Dancehall star, Tommy Lee has been having much success on his first tour. Since his arrival in the UK the artiste has been the talk of the town. Tickets for the first two shows on the, Gaza Man Crazy No We Insane Tour have been sold out. Due to the overwhelming demand, arrangements are now being made to add new shows to the line up.
His debut performance was at Club Da Boss in London to a packed house where he performed over twenty tracks. His impressive catalogue exceeded expectations, creating a frenzy with his hits, Some Bwoy and Psycho. Earlier he replicated the excitement with a dynamic set in Liverpool. His next event is scheduled for Wolverhampton on June 22nd.
Tommy Lee is proving to be a force to be reckoned with as much anticipation surrounds the future of his career. His spanking new release Lyrical Bomber, has been creating quite a stir, receiving an abundance of airplay. The track is produced by Head Concussion Records', Tarik "Russian" Johnston and is available on I-Tunes via 21st Hapilos. Other new releases include Informer with Vybz Kartel, Step Like Death with Popcaan, Life We Live with Blak Diamon and Gal U Eva Clean on the Coolie Gal Riddim. The brand new mix tape titled, Psycho will be released in a few weeks.
His new video, Some Bwoy is now on top of Jamaica's most recognized music video charts (Entertainment Report and Pree Dis) and in high rotation on TV stations throughout the diaspora (such as Tempo, Hype and RE TV). His explicit video, Psycho which is available only via You Tube has been reviewed as ground breaking with views storming through the roof.
Tommy Lee returns to Jamaica for a list of performances which include: Reggae Sumfest's Dancehall Night on Thursday July 19th, Smudge (July 1st), Western All School Jam (July 15th) and Dream Live Concert (August 1st).