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Entertainment of Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Source: Kojo Smith-GhanaWeb

Confirmed: R2Bees to release album on Good Friday

It's 'all right' for R2Bees because they finally have a date; the “Refuse to be broke” album is scheduled to drop on March 29th, 2013.

Although things are always subject to change when it comes to album releases, the much awaited “Refuse to be broke” album PRESS LAUNCH will take place at the Silver Lounge-Accra Mall, 1pm on Good Friday.

After the release of the “Refuse to be broke” artwork and the subsequent release of the buzzing 'It's Alright' track, all pieces of the puzzle are coming together as R2Bees, brand ambassadors of rLG, have been preparing the grounds for the outdooring of the much talked about album.

The leaked artwork of the album circulating on the internet shows the image of Paedae and Mugeez in the form of a black and white painting.

Fans may have already heard and grooved to the 4 hit singles on the album- Ajeii, Life (Walaahi), Odo and Bayla Trap on radio stations across the country and the continent but the full dose confirms the creativity that the group possess.

Other artists that are contributing to the “Refuse to be broke” album include Sherifa, WizKid, Sarkodie, Davido, Tinchy Stryder and Voicemail from Jamaica.

The group's manager states that a world tour is expected to kick off in Africa, UK and USA soon.

Fans have overwhelmingly rooted for R2Bees (Paedae & Mugeez) as the favourites in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards this year.

As reported, R2Bees has always worked with their in house sound engineer, Killbeatz; you should therefore expect nothing but pure quality music that cuts across Highlife, Afrobeats and Reggae etc.

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