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Dj Castro to drop Evolution next month

Award winning Dj Castro’s anticipated album entitled Evolution is set to drop next month and here is what we can expect.

The energetic Dj Castro all the way from Otjiwarongo has been working hard on his yet to be released 12 track album, a token of appreciation to all his fans and something different to the music industry which is scheduled to drop on 6 September. He told Unwrap.online that he’s 90% done with the production of the album and that it is going to be of various genres to suit everyone.


When asked with who he’s working with in terms of production Dj Castro told Unwrap.online that the main producer of the album is Dj KBozz. He also worked with Lolo on the Beat as well as Dj Dreas. Speaking of features, one can expect the likes of Lioness and Sunny Boy on the project as well as Pewa just to name a few. The only challenges Dj Castro is currently experiencing is distance, having to travel from Otjiwarongo to Windhoek is costly. The award winning Dj Castro assures his fans that he is going to keep them on their feet.


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


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