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Music: Saeon ‘Lie’ ft. Flowssick (Audio) @MzSaeon @ICirculate

Good work from Saeon. Beautiful vocals, she can only get better.

Icirculate, you really didn’t send much information on this artist. It would have been helpful to include her twitter and facebook handle and a little bit more about who she is than what you sent below. Her flyer is also a place to advertise where her fans or potential fans can reach her. This is absent in what you sent. Make our jobs easier.

[audio:https://africamusiclaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/LIE-Saeon-ft.-Flowssick-www.africamusiclaw.com_.mp3|titles=LIE – Saeon ft. Flowssick www.africamusiclaw.com]

“You all heard her ARA remix (No iCirculate, not everyone outside the industry did. You are marketing her to the public) which went viral in a matter of minutes after Brymo dropped it on CoolFM. You all asked if she was ever going to put out anything soon?

Well, Saeon is here with her first official single which she had been working on for three (3) months now. Her new single, LIE will have you singing along in no time and dancing too! The track features Flowssick and was produced by Ehi and Teffler. . .”

-Uduak

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