Best Producer Nominee and Vaal Music Awards Founder to release a single.

New Age studioz Producer ‘HlugaGee’ and Vaal Music Awards founder have come together on another project and it is leaving many surprised and anxious to know what these two artists have been working on.

It is evident that the two artists are determined to achieve more together.

The single is said to be due on the 23rd of August on all major stores. Be sure to follow these two great Creative Entrepreneurs as we await the single that has left us astonished.

Make sure you follow our page also to get our review on the single and more music in the earthly plane.

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Best Producer Nominee And Founder of Vaal Music Awards to release a single.

These two artists have been working together for a long time and continue to work in great initiatives in the arts sectors individually and as a pair.

HlugaGee has been working with many major and upcoming artist as a producer and at times on the mic. He was recently nominated for best producer award and for song of the year previous year.

The VAAL MUSIC AWARDS is a small community award ceremony made to motivate individuals in their artistry and award them as form of recognition within the community.

Jimkay khama is the Co-founder of the VMA’s and has now collaborated with New Age Studioz to release a single titled Real Man

It is said to be dropping on the 23rd of August.

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