360Fresh: A4 – Dont Kill It

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A4 aka dE 1stborn is a multi- talented artiste wit hit singles rocking the airways, much to the excitement of his already sizable army of fans. A4 whose real name is Engr. Leonard Nkari Adinya started his musical career in 1996 but professionally in 2001.

He is presently signed under E-One Records and managed by Ethrice. While his album is been awaited he has released singles that is rocking the chart like ‘Don’t Kill it. Download, enjoy and drop a comment!

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  A4 - Dont Kill It (3.7 MiB, 114 hits)

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