M-Gee combats negativity
M-Gee

Since releasing 99 Things, recording artiste M-Gee has been receiving praises from his fans for continuing to drop tracks that resonate with their day-to-day lives.

99 Things is on the TV Boss Entertainment's Expectations' Riddim, which also features Munga Honorable, Qrush and 3Starr.

The artiste hopes that the song will give listeners the courage to believe in themselves and not other people's version of them.

"I believe that my music should be used as a tool that educates while it entertains my listeners and this track packs both components. The single is for those who have been a victim of doubt and discouragement but found a way to pull through despite what the crowd said," shared M-Gee.

"I knew this track would be impactful and that's why I made sure to shoot a video to complement the song. The video is set to be released in a few weeks and will definitely give my fans more insight to who I am as an overall individual, and not just an artiste," he continued.

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