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DenG Talks About USA Tour

C Liberia Clearly caught up with DenG to chit chat on his recent tour in the United States.  

How was your over all tour in the USA: It was awesome. The fans showed me love in every State I went. 
 
What was the difference between tour in Australia and touring in the USA: Both tours were great. Liberians love their own thing. 
 
What are some of the things you enjoyed while in the USA:  I enjoyed the environment, the support from the fans (not just Liberians), the flights from one State to another and the wonderful African food.
 
What are some of the things you disliked while in the USA:  I dislike the way some of our Liberian people try to bring their own down instead of supporting their own. 
 
If you were to do another tour in the USA, what would you do differently:  I want to add one or two Liberian artists on board for the next tour. We need to empower each other.
 
What advice do you have for an artist back home who is looking forward to touring the USA:  My advice for artists back home looking forward to touring the US is to work hard, stay humble and network with other people in order to guarantee a successful tour


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