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Tazatiila Announces Coming Back Fully In The Music Scene After His Release From Prison.

One of the highlife legends in the Upper West region Taaza Dong known much as Tazatiila later this afternoon has announce to the general public of bouncing back to the music scene fully after his release from prison. He is one of the living legends the region can boast of putting traditional highlife on the map.
Reports had it two month ago that he was arrested for possessing substances suspected to be weed following same report was arrested and put behind bars.
Speaking to Taaza Tiila on GBC’s Brunch on GBC Radio Upper West by Ike, he said he is announcing his presence once again into the music scene, the ‘’Deu yaa ma” hit maker thank all his fans and everybody who was with him in times of sorrow and promised of coming out with new set of songs in the middle of November 2019. He finally advised young and upcoming musician to be serious with their talent and stay away from crime.
Story: Ike


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