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Solo To Drop New Album Titled ‘C Plenty Dreams’

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Solo To Drop New Album Titled ‘C Plenty Dreams’
South African recording artist, Solo is on the verge of dropping his 3rd studio album titled ‘C Plenty Dreams.’

He disclosed about his forthcoming album via a series of tweets on his Twitter handle: @thisissolosa about 6 hours ago.

His tweet reads: “Very important because it’s taken a decade to have a sense of structure. It took that long to figure it out for myself.

It goes without saying that it wouldn’t have happened without the help of my team. More than anything, my team are the pillars of it all,

“I’ve lived the “Dreams” series (DreamsAPlenty DreamsBPlenty CPlentyDreams) for a decade now. Conceptualized in 2008, I began working on it in 2009.

“10 years later… It gives me great pleasure to announce the #CPlentyDreams RELEASE DATE: 20.09.19 (2009 – 2019).”

Finally, his forthcoming project will drop on the 20th of September, 2019.

See posts below:

10 years later… It gives me great pleasure to announce the #CPlentyDreams RELEASE DATE:

20.09.19 (2009 – 2019)

Cover shot by the great @AustinMalema

Edited by the great @Solidthegifted

Kuthiwa iLanga lokufa 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/aKmZOEUCM9

Solo (@ThisIsSoloSA) August 12, 2019

THEME 4: STRUCTURE

Very important because it’s taken a decade to have a sense of structure. It took that long to figure it out for myself. It goes without saying that it wouldn’t have happened without the help of my team. More than anything, my team are the pillars of it all. pic.twitter.com/DnCL9gyaQ3

Solo (@ThisIsSoloSA) August 12, 2019

When #TwoByTwo dropped, I mentioned 4 themes that made up the song. I only made mention of 3 of them. The 4th is a component that #CPlentyDreams focuses on. A very necessary part of striking a Balance. Balance is my new objective. Balance being success.

Solo (@ThisIsSoloSA) August 12, 2019

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