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Gagamoves Set To Drop New Song ‘Blame It’

Gagamoves says the new song will be available for order in August.

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Nigerian-born Entrepreneur and film director, Adesuwa Jj Walker a.k.a Gagamoves, is set to release a new song titled “Blame it” with songwriter and producer Cheekychizzy on August 6.

Gagamoves, who turned a year older this month took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, 27th of July 2021 to make the announcement. Said, “the song will be available on all music platforms”.

“We drop on Friday 6th August.”

Recall that Cheekychizzy was signed to D’banj’s DB Records where he dropped several songs with the ‘Koko Master’ that rocked the airwave and dominated music charts when it dropped.

The America based Nigerian singer and Gagavibes linked up for a new song, “Blame It,” for Gaga Anthem.

According to Gagamoves, the song will also be premiere on Saturday at a private house party in Lagos, guests are invited to dress head to toe in their brightest whites.

Gagamoves house party

Gagamoves has had quite a successful journey in recent years. If you’re a fan of her, then you probably know that she recently celebrated her birthday in style! She recently took part in a “birthday photoshoot”. In the photo – which was posted on Instagram – she can be seen donning a yellow outfit. Makeup artist Tee is to be credited for her distinctive makeup application. Check out her striking look in the photos below. 

Cheekychizzy is coming out with the biggest song from Africa soon.   

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