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Champagne 69 drop surprise single and video titled Don’t Stutter  

Johannesburg, Thursday, 05 May 2018 Smooth and melodic hip hop duo, Champagne69, continue their incredible work ethic in 2018, with the release of new single titledDon’t Stutter accompanied by a music video.

Following the successful release of their chart topping single Smokeand recent collaboration with premium clothing brand Levi’s, often acknowledged as being one of SA’s game changing artists, Champagne 69 returns to the hip hop circuit with a new smash hit titled Don’t Stutter.

Watch Don’t Stutter music video by Champagne 69 here:

Listen to Don’t Stutter on Soundcloud here:

Champagne 69 has once again exhibited their versatility as artist with this impressive single and their unforced flow and memorable chorus cannot be ignored. Don’t Stutter combines superb lyrical prowess, melodious vocals and sees both artists deployed their musical arsenal to bare on Don’t Stutter.

“Proud to have them as part of Mi – Stro Records and being able to push the movement with them. Champagne 69 is in a space of extreme confidence and stuttering is not an option,” expresses Waheed Carrim founder and director of Mi – Stro Records.

Having already worked with established artists such as Gemini Major, Tshego, DJ Milkshake, Moozlie, Da Les, Riky Rick, Yung Swiss, and DJ Dimplez. The Mi-Stro Records duo has enjoyed a monumental rise with hit singles like ChamPain and Say Summ which all became national hits.

Bringing a fresh approach that has surely signal a new era for the local Hip Hop scene. Make sure you follow Champagne 69 on social media for more details.

Connect with Champagne 69:

Facebook: Champagne69

Twitter: @Champagne69_

Instagram: @Champagne69_

25th April 2018 Meek Mill released from prison

Meek Mill released from prison

Rapper Meek Mill walked out of prison Tuesday after Pennsylvania’s highest court ordered him freed while he appeals decade-old gun and drug convictions.

Following a five-month campaign by his supporters to get him out, the state Supreme Court directed a Philadelphia judge who had jailed him to immediately issue an order releasing him on unsecured bail.

Mill was sentenced in November to two to four years in prison for probation violations.

He was taken from the prison by helicopter to Philadelphia, where he rang the ceremonial bell at the start of Game 5 of the Philadelphia 76ers-Miami Heat playoff series.


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