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Sammy J Returns for NZ Shows,

Sammy J Returns for NZ Shows,
Drops ‘Waiting’ Video

Following a huge 14-date tour with Californian sensations Common Kings, Sammy J is back on home soil for shows across the country, celebrating with the release of brand new video for latest single ‘Waiting’.

Co-headlining shows with Swiss in Rotorua & Auckland this December, as well as performing at Tauranga’s One Love Festival, fans can expect to preview more new material from Sammy J – as well as hear all the old favourites.

Having recently released his latest track ‘Waiting’, Sammy J now drops the colourful new visuals. The sweet narrative, all about waiting for love and knowing your person is out there, blends into a beautiful backdrop of Sammy's signature smooth vocals, charming reggae beats and patiently lovelorn lyrics. Check out the video here.

‘Waiting’ is available for purchase and streaming across all digital platforms now. CatchSammy J performing live at the following locations:

Flava & One Love Festival Present
Sammy J & Swiss
11 Dec – Lava Bar - Rotorua
12 Dec – Toby Jug Inn - Auckland,

One Love Festival February
6-7 Feb – Tauranga


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