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International “Miungu Ya Muzuki” album Set To Roar in 2021!

All eyes are set on what is shaping up to be, The album of all Season- “Miungu Ya Muziki” (meaning Music Gods in Swali, Africa).

This 20-track international album is produced by U.S. base  marketing guru, Michael “Beatbopper” Hudgins. He is one of Billboard’s most recent plaque bearer for his dynamic role in placing reggae album “Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica: The Reggae Collector’s Edition” to Billboard’s status.

 

Jamaica’s entertainment publicist, Eugene Pitter, twice Most Outstanding journalist in the Caribbean is especially excited about the album’s journey. “Well, to say the least, this is one of the most exciting project I have witnessed in recent times. It(Miungu Ya Muziki) has so much potential, diversity and international flavor. It’s definitely going to be a huge success. Hudgins is barely scaping the surface of a gold mine.”

The album has captured two of Africa’s most popular acts- Epixode “Killa” (who headlines the album) and Darkovibes “One Time”, both with a musical punch to attract Ghana’s 30 million fans.

Darkovibes, only recently received a full page feature in Jamaica’s top entertainment paper, The Jamaica Observer, owned by hotelier, Gordon Butch Stewart, one of the most powerful businessman in the Caribbean.

Jamaica’s reggae icons, Bounty Killer and Spragga Benz- no strangers to multiple international awards, brings  over 30 years of dancehall memories to the album while others wearing the green, gold and black reggae stripes include Third World Don. Maestro Don, Kabaka Pyramid and Lahjihkal.

Added to this line-up are U.S. heavyweights hip-hop stalwarts, Jadakiss and Gucci Mane, plus rock band Milou Sky, Sandiego Chapo, pop celebrity icon Tina Karol (Ukraine), Xavier Kurt Naidoo (Germany),Ayr Swisha (Canada) HepHb (Nigeria), Talis(Jamaica) and King Izem and Blvk H3ro of Jamaica rounding off the list.

The album is vastly becoming the talk on the streets in Jamaica which has produced the likes of Bob Marley, Shaggy, Sean Paul. Buju Banton, Chronixx, Beenie Man and Koffee-the youngest to win a reggae Grammy award.

So, all eyes and ears are set on” Miungu Ya Muziki”, as was the case when the world pause to witness man’s first step on the moon.

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Contact: Michael Hudgins
Owner, Beatbopper Music
Tel: +1 (757) 604-4646
E-mail : hudgins28@yahoo.com