Sunday, 05 February 2017 17:06

ARGJENTINA introduces her urban/R&B vibe

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20 year-old Danish singer ARGJENTINA, showcases her talent over a delicious, R&B inspired production on her debut single 'Deadline’.

Released in January and sung in Danish, the songs theme is of longing, excitement and the game that follows in the wake of young love.

Argjentina, who has Albanian-Macedonian roots, grew up in Folehaven on the outskirts of Valby, and had a passion for singing since childhood.

Aged 16, Argjentina was given the opportunity to record in the local community center,  and it was there she decided her future career lay as a singer.  For several years whilst studying, she worked with and supported artist such as Wafande, Niklas, B.O.C. (Kesi, Gilli, Benny Jamz), Jimilian and Joey Moe. While in Copenhagen she found a solid base with the production team CFE, who are also responsible for the production of 'Deadline'.

With the Danish Urban/R&B scene continue to reveal an exciting new wave of music, the time is ideal for ARGJENTINA, and the track 'Deadline' is sure to to be just the first introduction from this young singer.

Follow Argjentina on http://www.facebook.dk/argjentinamusic and http://www.argjentina.dk

The single 'Deadline' is available on Spotify and all other digital platforms.
Mulit-link: http://phonofile.link/argjentina-deadline

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