DJ Bling who is on a month-long tour of the US had tickets to the event sold out before the event even started.
Ecstatic revellers partied the night away at Jordans Lounge along Canton Road in Atlanta where the DJ was performing.
“Jah Jah run tingz, we sold out tickets before the show in Atalanta USA Jordans Lounge..#DjBlingLiveUSAtour Big up Mike Frakaz aka Frakaz Entertainment #DjNicho #WateuleFamily Collins Kihara #ElvoSkots Ghetto Radio wwwiiddeeyyyaa,” wrote DJ Bling.
DJ Bling also launched his reggae music album, Jah Jah Run Tingz the same night at the lounge.
“Atalanta was my first show. I was amazed by the reception of my album. I thank God for everything,” he said.
Jah Jah Run Tingz Album has nine reggae songs that are already club bangers.
Some of the hit songs in the album include Fake Friends, Taken For Granted, Jah Jah Run Tingz among others.
DJ Bling’s USA tour has been organised by US Promoter Mike Frakaz of Frakaz entertainment with other partners.
The ultimate event for his USA tour will be in Dallas Texas at the annual Dallas Reggae Festival.
The reggae festival will see the Goteana show host perform alongside prominent Jamaican artists.
This is the sixth time DJ Bling is touring the US for 30 days.
In 2019, he performed at the Dallas Festival alongside Busy Signal, Etana, Culture and Evertone Blender.
On Friday 8th of October, he will be at Jambo Club In Kansas City and on Saturday the 9th of October he will perform at Club 6056 Shingle Creek PKWY in Brooklyn, Minnesota.
Other states the DJ is set to perform in include, Minneapolis, Seattle, KC, Houston and Washington DC.
DJ Bling is the son of the late veteran broadcaster Jacob Maunda.
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