by Jodee Brown
Multitalented Jamaican musician, Imperial Alley Cat is set to showcase his talents across the United States in the coming weeks, which will kick off on Sunday in Orlando, FL.
The Dancehall/Reggae singer and producer will join a diverse collection of talents on this upcoming tour, presented by the LA-based United Artiste Alliance Music Group (UAA Music) label, which will begin at theOrange County Convention Center. The tour will feature acts from genres such as rock and roll, hip-hop, R&B and pop, including Elliot Noir, SLK, Roger Rackz, If Humans Could Fly and many more.
This tour will enable Imperial to get up close and personal with his American fan base as he hopes to break new ground within the industry, hailing as the lone Dancehall/Reggae act on the bill. The singjay looks forward to engaging with young music lovers who will fill the venue as he looks to represent Jamaica to the fullest on the American music scene.
Imperial says he is ‘very excited and in high spirits’ as he promises to deliver steady, thought-prompting performances that reflect the music and positive energy he brings within the industry.
The U.S. tour comes on the heels of Imperial’s hit single,Idling which has garnered strong buzz in his homeland as well as in the U.S., Canada and Europe while the accompanying video features cameos from Mavado and Karian Sang. Furthermore, Imperial Alley Catwill be dropping more new music before the end of this year, going into 2014 and is currently promoting the official video for his new single, Real Ghetto Story.