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Exclusive: Navio to release new song in Nairobi

24 March 2014, 22:39 Eugene Odanga

Navio, one of the biggest Ugandan and East African artists having done collaborations with the likes of Jose Chameleon, is set to release his new video officially tomorrow at club Tribeka in Nairobi.

The track titled “No Holding Back feat. Stephanie Ming” is set to be a chart topper, coming only a month after the release of one of his biggest tracks this year titled “Jomawo” featuring Joanita Kawalya.

This news came out courtesy of Mzazi Willy M. Tuva, the Mambo Mseto presenter.

“Huyu ni AY na NAVIO :: JUMANNE, Tarehe 25 March, NAVIO anapanda jukwaani#WakilishaEastAfrica #ClubTribeka (Nairobi) kuzindua video yake mpya#NoHoldingBack :: TUESDAY is the new FURAHIDAY!” wrote Willy Tuva on his Facebook page.

Though the official release is tomorrow, the video has already been uploaded to Navio’s YouTube channel and with only 100 views, I think I would be justified in saying that this is an exclusive sneak peek.
Be among the first to check out the video.

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