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Aidonia could be head­ing to the United States for his first tour in that coun­try in years af­ter get­ting back his work visa. The dance­hall star was among a slew of artists whose U.S. visa was re­voked a few years ago. Sev­eral of those artists have since got­ten their work Visas re­in­stated in­clud­ing Bee­nie Man, Siz­zla Kalonji, Ele­phant Man and more.

“It’s a great feel­ing and a bless­ing! Words can’t even ex­plain how mi feel,” Aidonia said. “It’s been a som­bre time for the team since the death of Doukie, but this just come like a bless­ing right now.”

The “Bor­ing Gal” dee­jay says that he is look­ing for­ward to per­form­ing for his fans in the U.S. and pro­mot­ing his new mu­sic.

“I’m leav­ing for Belize to­day for a week, and then we’ll be work­ing to set up some pro­mo­tional tours for the fans,” he said. “USA never re­ally get fi see me fi pro­mote all those songs, but right now, I can’t wait to get out there and see the peo­ple. I just want to be able to pro­mote my mu­sic and per­form for my fans.” Aidonia is also gear­ing up for a big per­for­mance at this sum­mer’s Reg­gae Sum­fest.

Ja­maican Dance­hall star Aidonia.

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