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Celebrating Mamase’s anniversary with a remix

Profit gives us a run for our ears with his remix edition of Mamase featuring Kalux and Adora.

The song is so good that it is only fair it has a remixed version of it to compliment the original. As of tomorrow, the official remix to artists Profit and Kalux will be hitting airwaves and easing you into a great weekend. Profit, speaking to unwrap.online, the artist says that the remix will be featured on his soon to be released album titled Birth Of A King. Produced by Kallo on the Beat and mastered by Jeyno, Mamase the remix has songbird Adora flexing on her vocals, giving the song just the right missing touch.

“I needed a female vocalist that would be perfect for the song and Adora was the one. She related easily she knows about the song. I have always wanted to work with her. It was a fun experience and I also learned a lot from her,” he says.

You can stream and listen to Mamase the remix from local music site Donlu as of tomorrow but for now, you can listen to the original piece that is having over 24K streams and 20K downloads thus far. The original, making its strides had six number one hits on radio Energy’s drums of Africa chart, being number one in five weeks in a row.

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