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Aaradhna Shines At the VNZMA’S

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday 22 November 2013

Aaradhna Shines At the VNZMA’S

Dawn Raid Entertainment & Frequency Media Group would like to congratulate Aaradhna for her outstanding success at last night’s Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

Aaradhna took away the highly coveted Album of the Year award for her critically acclaimed album Treble & Reverb, along with Best Female Solo Artist, and Best Urban/Hip-Hop Album.

Nominated in five categories at the VNZMA ceremony gave Aaradhna the highest nomination count for any female artist. Having already won six Pacific Music Awards earlier in the year and being a finalist for both the Taite Music Prize and APRA Silver Scroll, Aarahna’s Tui’s are the perfect conclusion to a successful year and solidify her as a true NZ music sensation.

Aaradhna’s ‘Treble & Reverb’ Deluxe Edition (featuring remixes by Common and Talib Kweli) was released last week and is available now from all good music retailers.

Congratulations Aaradhna!


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