#SkimerzDileaderz - Gambia's baddest lyricist
Having received an overwhelming response for some of his freestyle singles, budding reggae dancehall singer, Civilian Soldier wants to establish himself as a force to be reckoned with in the American reggae scene.
Born in Africa’s smallest mainland country, The Gambia, Civilian Soldier, whose real name is James Sheriff Gomez, set his sight on a musical career at a young age after realising that music is an essential part of human life.
“I love music with a passion and it makes me forget about all my problems and it helps me express myself,” he said.
Civilian Soldier’s music has been greatly inspired and influenced by Jamaican singers such as Vybz Kartel. Unlike many other reggae dancehall singers in his native country, he is a songwriter as well.
Since his arrival in the USA, the budding reggae dancehall star has been attracting keen interests from labels in the American state of Texas. Having been spent much time in studio perfecting songs, Civilian Soldier is now ready to let his sound be heard across the globe.
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