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Gazza finally goes digital

Great news for GMP fans near and far, you can now purchase and stream Misunderstood on online platforms!

For the longest of times, we have cried as a nation for GMP founder and artist Gazza to have his albums and other projects uploaded on online platforms for everyone to have access to it because I mean, who wouldn’t want anything Gazza puts out right? It seems like the angles of music have heard our prayers as one of his albums is finally on iTunes! That’s right, you can now purchase Misunderstood online. Gazza this morning made the announcement on his social mediums saying let’s get it.

“ Did you ask me for this? Ok let’s get it, please don’t say finally,” read his caption.

https://twitter.com/Gazza467_/status/1131828696459960320

The kind gesture has been well received by his fans who have been patient enough for this deed to happen. Many showed their gratitude by thanking grootman whilst others did the opposite of what he asked not to be done and said finally.

To get the album, one can go on the following iTunes, Google Play, Sound Cloud, Youtube, Deezer, Shazam, iHeart Radio, Spotify and Amazon.

Whatever reasons Gazza had for his work not being on online platforms, we are glad it is over and is a thing of the past now. Hopefully, the album will also be available on local online music platforms just to make the listening extra lit and homely. Donlu Africa, one of the local downloading and streaming websites reached out in the comments sections saying that they too want to host the album. The website recently reached a milestone of having over one million streams since its inception.

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