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Two minutes One blood

By Emilie Shimbali

It is on TikTok, a sweaty chill corner on social media. Three seconds scrolling through, popped a young crowd gently bobbing along, chatting and drinking and then a group of dancers alongside the road was killing it. This music is either “Kangaroo “or “Warakata” by One blood music duo.

Listening to their songs would make you become one with the music. Fans are having a great time, but is the pandemic already over? On behalf of the band, singer Daphny of One Blood reminded their supporters to keep themselves safe out there and respect Covid-19 regulations.

” We love the support from our fans on social media, but people must wear their masks and protect their loved ones during this terrible time,” she said.

Though it feels like a roller coaster ride for musicians, Daphny went on to say that they are going to uplift and motivate the nation with the motivational songs ever. 

Due to the worrisome status of Covid-19, One Blood has currently placed their major music projects on hold despite that they will be releasing songs from time to time.

“We are not working on new projects currently. Due to the current situation they are on hold,” she shared.

Also, Daphny has chosen faith over fear and recommended for more prayers “nothing lasts forever, believe in God and don’t lose hope. This too shall pass.”

Most people are familiar with the sibling’s duo because of their attractive and fascinating songs, which helped them gain instant fame in the industry.

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