Waj releases ‘Savage’


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Budding artiste Agripa Chama musically known as Waj today releases his first single for 2019 titled ‘Savage’.

The artiste who has for a long time stayed in the background but working very hard with many top musicians says the release of ‘Savage’ is a sign he has matured musically and ready to conquer the industry.

Waj who is also C.E.O of Waj Cloud Nine Entertainment working closely with producer Mr Stash says his single is also a way to indicate to music fans what his forthcoming album will contain.

“I am working with Mr Stash and with so many other artistes. This single is not the end but the beginning of real hard work and ideas that I have kept for a long time,” says Waj whose music routes date back from 2010.

“I started music in 2010. I have worked with B-Flow, Kaladoshas, Kekero, Bobby East, Daev and Wezi. All this experience is enough to motivate me to do my very own stuff. I am confident this music will go far and I am not in a hurry.”

Waj’s ‘Savage’ is a typical Mr Stash production which is addressing a number of social issues and some of Waj’s experiences. The song is available on social media and other music platforms.


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