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Aaradhna Goes GOLD

Aaradhna Goes GOLD, Recording Album with Truth & Soul Productions


New Zealand’s leading songstress, Aaradhna, has signed a production deal with legendary US label Truth & Soul for her new record, following her critically acclaimed album ‘Treble & Reverb’ being certified gold.

Working with the team who became household names producing and writing with huge acts such as Amy Winehouse, Adele and Aloe Blacc, the new partnership propels our own soulful singer further into the international spotlight as she works alongside some of music’s greatest producers on her follow up album.

Leaving for the USA today to get straight into the studio, the new record is surely set to follow in the footsteps of modern soul greats through the melding of her enormous talent with the prodigious and inspired Truth & Soul team.

Fans won’t have to wait long to hear the new tunes, with her next album set for a 2014 release.

Aaradhna was also recently announced to join the line-up of huge summer festival,Raggamuffin. Details available here.

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