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How Ou Stakes ended up Dice’ on Follow Me

“I have always wanted to work with Ou Stakes for a very long time ,” Dice

Rapper Dice will be releasing his latest work titled Follow Me and will be featuring veteran musician Ou Stakes tomorrow. The single is set to be made public as off This Thursday and already, it seems to be anticipated by both singers’ fans.

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Dice who started a release day count down says Ou Stakes wasn’t part of the plan initially when he made the song. According to him, it was only when he realized

“I did the song and I realized that it lacked something. I had suggestions for other artists but it wasn’t flowing. I eventually went home and I had a loop from one of his songs in my head. I called him about it, we went to studio and the rest is history,” said Dice.

Dice also said he admires Ou Stakes’ work and he also admitted that he had always wanted to with him.

“Besides him being a legend, I have always wanted to work with him for a very long time,” he said.

The song will be released on Thursday on all streaming sites including Donlu, Itunes and YouTube to mention a few.

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