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SonaOne Making A Deal With Yuna After The Release New Single “Pulang”

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Singer rap, SonaOne admit having made a pact with Yuna when agreed to collaborate in the duo’s most recent single, Return recently. SonaOne real name is Mikael Adam Lozach, 28, said the agreement was that its cooperation with the star who made her name in the United States (US) continues after this. 

Return produced entirely by Yuna was launched through the application of music, iTunes and Spotify on August 20.

Meanwhile, SonaOne also shared his experience of working with Yuna up to the fabrication process of recording music video.

“Yuna a talented singer in her very professional work done. In fact, she will give close attention to every detail when the recording process is performed.

“I also enjoy working with her because she is a funny person in silence.

“Our work can be completed quickly, which only two months after the song finished and launched,” he said.

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Music video Return recorded in Malaysia is to be launched on 24 November.

 

Source By: Internet

 

 

 

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