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Can’t stop, won’t stop Princelou Faragama!

Princelou Faragama puts his art over everything with his latest project.

Although the trap genre is starting to gain quite a bit of momentum through the ever-growing sub-genres of dance music, Namibians, according to Princelou Faragama still do not understand trap music and they associate it with alcohol and drugs.

“Trap music is not all about alcohol and drugs, it is a lifestyle, it’s a medium used to connect with people and it’s a beautiful format of telling stories,” says Princelou Faragama.

His beautiful 13 track trap project called A.O.E Galaxy 1 is produced by Retro and Ashley Raynee, co-produced Painted which will be track eight on the project.

Despite him losing half the project due to technical errors, Princelou Faragama managed to bounce back and give the nation a project that’s dear to his heart.

He managed to find and connect with himself as a person throughout the production of A.E.O Galaxy 1. You can expect more music and visuals from the BlvcBoxx artist but for now, brace yourself because Princelou Faragama is about to release apparel for his project as well as an A.O.E show.

The project is officially available on Soundcloud, Audiomack, and Itunes. Hard copies will be available soon too.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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