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Audio: X-Pensive Nframa EP + Douster, Maga Bo and Chief Boima Remixes


Hiplife banger from Ghana's X-Pensive Nframa. According to the folks at Akwaaba, X-Pensive has all but vanished since they linked up with him back in '07 (if you know where he's at hit them up!). Since they have no one to give sales proceeds to, they've decided to give the EP away for free. Stream and grab Aunty Doley EP below, featuring remixes by global bass scene heavyweights Maga Bo, Douster, Sabo and Africa In Your Earbuds selector Chief Boima.

X-Pensive Nframa - Aunty Adoley EP by Akwaaba Music

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