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#FreeFridays with Cool Under Pressure

Did someone say free music every Friday from C.U.P?!

From great hits such as Heavy Friday to Pangaman, it looks like Cool Under Pressure won’t stop impressing us with their brilliant work and this time around they have a genius way to promote their upcoming album and it will be a treat to all their fans.

Cool under Pressure took to face book to say that in celebration of their new upcoming album they will be dropping new songs every Friday on all their social media platforms which will not be on the upcoming album but will work as a small teaser to motivate their fans to buy the album once it is out.

The post stated “We are proud to announce #FreeFridays by C.U.P, launched in support of our new album this December 2019. We will release new songs every Friday for the next four weeks to promote our album, tracks will feature various artists such as KP Illest, Lioness Nam, Prince Harry and various artists, take note that all the songs being released shall not be featured on the album but instead shall be available for free streaming and download online. We hope you enjoy the music and look forward to releasing some of the greatest music we have ever made in our career”.

There you have it guys, every Friday C.U.P will release free songs on their social media platforms for free download and stream for the next four weeks and this all started last Friday with the release of the first song titled Mwatila ft. Prinz Harry and vocals from the rap queen Lioness Nam, check out new songs every Friday and a hot new upcoming album this December, who knows you might just get your December tune from these guys.

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