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Kim Dotcom & Friends Sing In 2014 At Rhythm & Vines Gisborne

Kim Dotcom & Friends Sing In 2014 At Rhythm & Vines

Kim Dotcom and several of the cast from his soon to be released "Good Times" album played the New Years Eve countdown set at Rhythm and Vines on the main stage last night in Gisborne. The album is scheduled for release worldwide on 20 January.

Also pictured are Printz Board ( Producer of Good Times and the Black Eyed Peas ) , Tiki Tane and Giselle who sings the vocals on several of the Good Times tracks. Pictures by Laetitia Laubscher, Georgia Schofield & Jason Hailes from the Rhythm and Vines.


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