Thursday, September 10, 2015

Konshens Changes Management and Eyes Bigger International Presence

Dancehall star and SubKonshus Music boss Konshens, has been busy behind the scenes as he targets an expanded presence in the entertainment industry. The Realest Song artiste has teamed with experienced manager Jeremy Harding, who worked with Grammy-Award winning Sean Paul for over a decade. Konshens has also teamed with Headline Entertainment in an exclusive booking partnership. 

The move comes as the artiste seeks to stabilize the business side of the music. Konshens is excited about what lies ahead as he believes this more experienced team can achieve great things. While being happy with the achievements of his career so far the business minded Konshens is not shy to say he is not content as he aspires to take his career to the next level. 

“It isn’t a new team per say, it’s a team with a much more experienced manager and I am just trying to build on the professionalism and the overall experience of engaging Konshens in any form of business. Jeremy Harding has a proven track record. He knows what it takes to get an artiste that next level which is an international level. When I just started out I just wanted to hear my song on the radio, but being a businessman and a driven person I always strive for more,” said Konshens.

The Gal a Bubble deejay recently returned from touring in Uganda followed by a performance at the Labour Day weekend in New York. Konshens is also looking ahead to a busy two months with a European Tour slated to begin on September 26 with stops also scheduled for Africa. 

“Uganda a me place! It was crazy, sold out shows and the best way I can describe the energy or the vibes is that it is like the Caribbean on steroids,” joked Konshens.

With a newly assembled team to boost the professionalism and business side of his affairs Konshens can concentrate on his music and the upcoming tour should be a great start to a new era in his career. The tour will kick off in Hereford on September 26 before going to Vienna on September 30 then Lyss on October 2 and Dortmund on October 03 and Beek on October 4 before heading to Africa for a series of shows from October 6 – 11.

The tour will then return to Europe on October 16 in Blanes before two Spanish stops in Malaga and Madrid on October 17 and 18 before heading to Brussels on October 23 then Cologne on October 24 and Oslo on October 30 and Stockholm on October 31.  The final leg of the tour kicks off in Berlin on November 5 before two shows on November 6 in Antwerp and Rotterdam before closing in Amsterdam on November 7.

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