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Why Martin Amushendje’s drop is special

Martin Amushendje is taking it to the next level.

Passionate, hardworking and goal-oriented Martin Amushendje has released another music project after five years of exploring the unknown truths of his being.

Amushendje spoke about his new music project on social media where he depicted the creativity within the project.

“This music project, the cover art and the videos have all stemmed from my processes with life. Ego, death, synchronicity, love, depression, numerology, the knowing of knowing nothing, being all and being nothing, noise and no noise, how these processes need to happen to keep the next thing coming,” said Amushendje.

His last release was in 2016 when he produced a mixtape and showcased an exhibition titled Blood On Her Face and now he is back to take his music career and creativeness to the next level.
“It’s been five years since my last release. A lot has happened, music was made and it seems that now is the time for me to follow up and trust me, I’m letting go,” he added. He further describes his music project as divine and worthy and he is honouring his life through it. It consists of 11 tracks and is 20 minutes long. Call it what you like, this project is Divine and is worthy, ” he said.

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Amushendje is a photographer/ videographer, beatmaker, event coordinator and co-founder of the music event Beat Auction a platform for buying and selling instrumentals. He is also the founder of his media consulting production company “ MakeMore Media Group”.

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