DAT7 Drops Promotional Swag For Upcoming Album

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DAT7 Drops Promotional Swag For Upcoming Album



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So like, that band Dat7 has unveiled a poster for their upcoming album Verdict.

According to a video released by the band members that’s circulating on social media, the album is going to be released sometime this month. In naming their breathlessly-awaited album, the band is continuing the prosecution motif, first presented at their band’s performance launch earlier this year.

As part of this promotion campaign, the band posted (see it below) a classified folder with English, Creole and French versions. There’s just a peek at what looks like a mug show…but hey it’s classified information, so guess we’ll have to wait for the folder’s contents to be released to the general public.

Wonder what this band has up their sleeves. Hopefully lots of pleading, begging and supplicating—just the way I and the other kreyolicious cheries of the world like it.

Let’s not forget, dear readers, that the band previously released a song entitled “Se Konsa”—every word of which contained instructions on how a woman should be cherished.
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CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THEIR MUSIC VIDEO FOR SE KONSA



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