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Hello Global Musicians and listeners.

You will not forget the young-stars in your life if they will be allowed to do what they are hungry to do, which is to perform.

“We love to perform in national and general public holiday’s events,
such as October 1st for the Nigeria Independence and other country
National days.”

Look into their songs again and you will discover that, they are songs for the season of world transformation and to believe in their Country.

They will also be happy to work with any NGO that will love to consider their music career and their education.

Thank you.


(Temi, Rimi, Moyin, Ore-Gbadebo.)


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