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Sione’s 2 Soundtrack Set For Release 5th December

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday 2 December 2012

Sione’s 2 Soundtrack Set For Release 5th December

Soundtrack Artists Announce December Promo Appearances

Sione’s 2: Unfinished Business – Original Soundtrack is an album of fresh new music and classic chart-topping hits which feature on the forthcoming sequel to the hugely successful film, Sione’s Wedding. The original soundtrack of Sione’s 2: Unfinished Business includes some the Pacific’s # 1 artists including David Dallas, Savage, RIA, Home Brew, P-Money and J Boog.

Selected by esteemed composer and musician Don McGlashan and multi-platinum award winning Dawn Raid producer Brotha D, the soundtrack includes previous top 10 hit tracks ‘Wild Out (Chooo Hooo)’ by Savage, ‘Too Shy’ by Devolo, ‘Everything’ by P-Money and ‘Music (Makes The World Go)’ by Frisko & Aaradhna. It also features the freshest new music such as lead single ‘I Promise’ - a dynamic collaboration between rising female R&B star RIA (who has enjoyed Top 40 chart success in 2011 with ‘Over You’ and ‘All My Ladies’) and platinum artist Savage.

Local favorites Home Brew release their underground anthem ‘Saturday’ in CD format for the first time on the soundtrack, while Mz J and Deacon Kelemete Ta’ale perform ‘O Le Atua Lava’, a song sung completely in Samoan.
Don McGlashan also adds his special touch to another smash hit, having composed an interpretation of Monsta feat. J Boog’s ‘This Is Love’ accompanied by the St Joseph’s Gospel Choir and The Aorere College Sweet Sixteen Choir.

The film Sione’s 2: Unfinished Business is set to hit cinemas on January 19th.

In celebration of the soundtrack release on December 5th, NZ Hip-Hop’s finest Savage, David Dallas, PNC and DJ Sir-Vere are hitting the road for some in-store appearances and live performances (details below). Pick up your copy of Sione’s 2: Unfinished Business - OST exclusively from The Warehouse, and don’t miss your chance to see Kiwi hip-hop’s best at the following venues:




Wednesday 7th December – Auckland
IN-STORE APPEARANCE
The Warehouse - Sylvia Park
Savage, David Dallas & DJ Sir-Vere
12pm – 1pm

Thursday 8th December 2011 – Tauranga
IN-STORE APPEARANCE & LIVE PERFORMANCE
The Warehouse – Fraser Cove
Savage, David Dallas & DJ Sir-Vere
12pm – 1pm

Thursday 8th December 2011 – Tauranga
LIVE PERFORMANCE
Illuminati
Savage, David Dallas, DJ Sir-Vere
Doors open 9pm.
Gold coin entry, all proceeds to Homes of Hope charity.

Friday 9th December – Rotorua
IN-STORE APPEARANCE & LIVE PERFORMANCE
The Warehouse – Rotorua
Savage, David Dallas & PNC
12pm – 1pm

Friday 9th December – Rotorua
LIVE PERFORMANCE
Voodoo Joes
David Dallas, PNC, DJ Sir-Vere
FREE ENTRY


ENDS

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