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DJ Dagizus throws you and i
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DJ Dagizus throws you and i

United States of America’s based Dj Dagizus will next week drop a single.

The hip hop and ragga hit is called,”You and I’ and features two of Zambia’s versatile rapers, Fifty5 and Jay Dee.

According to Dargie, the single is part of an anticipated EP dubbed “The Take Over”.

“Indeed it is time for the takeover. This is just a taste of what is to come,” he told Big Weekend. Dargie made a name for himself in the early 2000s when he started, Dargie Digital Entertainment and was the establishment of many groups then.

Since his relocation to the States, he has been back home several times but continues to get ratings in the music industry having been on Top 20 for Taffy Raw ratings.

Taffy Raw Top 20 is an African music chart show and multimedia platform that showcases urban music from the continent.

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