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Encore debut their new album on #702Unplugged

Encore is back and the new album promises to get you back in the love train.

Having captured the heart of South Africans with their first album, their latest offering will melt even the hardest heart with the Tswana love songs.

The trio which consists of Keabetwe Kototsi, Kabelo Thomane and Peter Letsaolo are reinventing Soulful African ballads with their harmonies which are perfectly in sync coupled by their impeccable writing, blending the perfect music recipe.

Watch the full performance below...


This article first appeared on 702 : Encore debut their new album on #702Unplugged


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