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South African artist ‘TrapHaus Creo’ still plans to release music amidst global pandemic and restrictions.
Amidst the chaos brought by 2020, a lot of musicians are battling with the changes brought by the pandemic. TrapHaus Creo (born Mpumelelo Charles Moroe) intends to commit to releasing the music he originally planned to release even though the COVID-19 pandemic has limited how artists can promote music.
In 2020, a lot of global restrictions were set due to the rise of the COVID-19 (aka Corona virus) pandemic and a lot of musical artists have pushed back release dates and promotion due to the global concern.
The ‘GHOST!’ hitmaker says he intends to release his music “as planned, just slight delays adjusting to the catastrophe that was 2020”, and that it is a “perfect opportunity to give back and raise hope as music bring a certain level of faith in bad times”.
“It won’t be easy, but it will definitely bring the hope needed to keep going on” says Creo on the hopes of releasing new music and creating indoor concerts in the comfort of his own home. He plans to begin a charitable benefit strong of indoor concerts to raise awareness and funds for victims and the family of victims to the COVID-19 pandemic and asks fans to contribute anything they can and to stay tuned.
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