Gully Bop is still enjoying his new-found fame via his whirlwind Rags To Riches Tour. After success in Canada, he is now in Brussels for the very first time. The exuberant artiste is ready to kick off a month of performances throughout several European countries, including Belgium, Switzerland, France, Austria, Netherlands, Germany, and Norway.
Gully Bop expressed how elated he was about his ongoing Rags To Riches Tour. “Me well excited and feel good. So much new places me a reach, and nuff people a see Gully Bop live and in living colour. Every week me in a different place a perform. Me dreams come true! Long time me a try and want to experience this,” he said.
Last week, Gully Bop visited Canadian territory for the first time and was able to pull off a number of sold-out shows in cities such as Niagara Falls, Toronto, and Oshawa. He returns to Canada in August for the annual Jambana One World Festival.
Gully Bop, whose given name is Robert Lee Malcolm, re-emerged after over a decade of obscurity under the moniker Country Man. Back in the 1990s, he was a promising act performing on festivals such as Sting and Reggae Sunsplash under the management of Supreme Promotions’ Isaiah Laing.