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Audio: Africa Hitech 'Do U Really Wanna Fight' [Official]


You might remember we gave you the leak of Africa Hitech's new single "Do U Really Wanna Fight" a few weeks ago. Well now, you can stream the official finer-quality version of Mark Pritchard and Steve Spacek's reworking of their 93 Million Miles LP standout “Do U Wanna Fight.” Africa Hitech are touring North American this winter, check out the dates below!

Stream: Africa Hitech "Do U Really Wanna Fight" (via P4K)

Africa Hitech North American Tour

11-10 New York, NY – (Le) Poisson Rouge

11-11 Detroit, MI – The Works

11-13 Austin, TX – Barcelona

11-16 Minneapolis, MN – Barfly

11-17 Chicago, IL – Smartbar

11-18 Montreal, Quebec – Cabaret du Mile End

11-19 Buffalo, NY – DBGB

11-23 San Juan, Puerto Rico – Red Shield Music Hall

11-24 Toronto, Ontario – The Drake Underground

11-25 Denver, CO – Beta Nightclub

11-27 Los Angeles, CA – Bardot

11-28 Seattle, WA – Chop Suey !

11-29 Sacramento, CA – Townhouse

11-30 Eureka, CA – Nocturnum

12-01 San Francisco, CA – TBD

12-02 Portland, OR – Holocene

12-03 Vancouver, British Columbia – W2 Media Cafe

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