Dancehall deejay Mr. Vegas has reportedly signed to a new management to handle his growing busy schedule. The deejay been busy touring all summer in North America and Europe.

In a message posted on the artists website:

International dancehall artiste Mr. Vegas recently completed a handful of musical projects before embarking on his current tour of North America and Europe. As he continues to heat up the world stage and provide a musical escape to his many fans, Vegas has released the songs Boy Shorts, Sweet Jamaica, Can’t Even Walk and Cutie.

Boy Shorts was produced by Billboard chart topping producer Rohan ‘Sno Cone’ Fuller. Sweet Jamaica, a faithful ode to the country of his birth, was produced by Vegas himself. The accompanying music video was recently completed under the direction of ace music video director Jason ‘Jay Will’ Williams. The track is already heating up FM radio in Jamaica and is gaining momentum stateside and in parts of Europe.

Can’t Even Walk which was recorded in tribute to the late Voice Mail member Oniel Edwards, was jointly produced by Mr. Vegas and veteran producer Mikey Bennett. The song also features Ghost, Alaine and the two remaining members of Voice Mail. A video for Can’t Even Walk was recently released.

It was producer Jeremy Harding (2 Hard Recordings) who gave Mr. Vegas his first big hit with Nike Air in 1997. Both have teamed up for the song Cutie, which is featured on Harding’s latest rhythm project Circus.

Mr. Vegas’ current tour has already snaked its way in Canada having made a stop at the Montreal Reggae Festival on August 8. He is currently in Europe for scheduled performances in Italy, Belgium, and Sweden. He will return to the US where he will perform in various states between September and October. Among them is the Hot 97 On Da Reggae Tip show.

Vegas is currently being managed by Rodney Hill of RHH Music Corp. Hill who has had years of experience working with artistes including singer Cezar, Andrew Mac, Super Cat and Bob Sinclar among others, is a former consultant for Columbia and Uptown Records.