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Slizer drops ‘go nne worse worse’
Slizer drops ‘go nne worse worse’
Slizer

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Slizer drops ‘go nne worse worse’

Controversial queen of House/kwaito music, Slizer is back with a single for festive titled, ‘ A Gonne Worse Worse.’

Although she has not lost her touch, the tempo has slowed down a bit.

She has infused the latest beats to go with what the youthful market demands to produce what is likely to become on of the mostly played hits this festive.

It was recorded at KK Music Productions by Kuzi The Legend and is marketed by Sebaga Productions.

RATINGS: 8.5/10

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  1. clude

    27/11/2019 at 11:38

    dj quinty big up ma guy proud of u…

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