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AML Approved Music: Producer Stormatique Presents ‘Hypnotize’ (Audio) – @stormatique

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AML Artists, what y’all got? This is a tight beat and music producer Stormatique wants to see what you all can do with it. Check on it.

[audio:https://www.africamusiclaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Stormatique-Hypnotize-Instrumental.mp3]

-Uduak
@uduaklaw

“After producing Tony Totch’s hit ‘SAMBA’ and MCskill ThaPreacha’s ‘SO BEAUTIFUL’ in the last two weeks. Stormatique is here again and thistime he decides to drop a free Afro-Pop instrumental titled
‘Hypnotize’. Its a 100% club banger!”

Contact him at (stormatique@gmail.com) for a copy of the beat, make a hit and send your recorded track to him.

P.S: No editing of any form should occur as the instrumental remains exclusively copyrighted to Stormatique. 

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