Harrison Fire releases brand new Music album “The 1000 songs Album”

Harrison Fire releases brand new Music album “The 1000 songs Album”

The new generation vocal King Kibalama Duncan famously known as Harrison Fire has released brand new music album titled “1000 songs “ under Reserved management.

This is his second album and it so nice according to the music consumers, critics and analysts.

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On this 1000 songs album, the new upraising Star has featured top city deejay one Dj Fikie and the amazing talented vocalist one Victor Ruz on the 666 track.

He went a ahead and put fresh and new talented diva Jo-Cy on this same album and all can say his album is fantastic.

You can as well stream it on different digital platforms such as Spotify, Deezer , Boom play , Apple Music, Audiomack, YouTube among other platforms. https://fanlink.to/https

The a 1000 Songs EP creation came up as a result of the idea to create endless music. Life is an adventurous journey, full of stories of which Harrison Fire capitalises on to create the sweet vibes along side other Artists and Producers.

The 1000 songs EP is a selected Playlist of 5/1000 songs That were recorded during the Covid pandemic namely:
Track 004. It is what it is – Harrison Fire ft. Dj Fikie
Track 654. Promise – Harrison Fire ft Jo-Cy
Track 001. Kazinga – Harrison Fire ft Joseph Sax
Track 728. Ofaaki – Harrison Fire
Track 666. Muwala Wa Hajjati – Harrison Fire ft Victor Ruz

Watch video here https://www.youtube.com/embed/Fn5MB5yYjpA

Who is Harrison Fire?

Born of the Late 90s in Central Uganda, Harrison fire aka. Kibalama Duncan Mukuye is a Muganda, who professionally joined music In 2019, following his carrier of Medical Lab profession. He was introduced to the Industry by Izak Rebel, Nephew and Mentor.

Now working with Reserved management, he officially has released 2 Singles and an EP of Five songs called 1000 Songs. Harrison fire is a Song writer, Singer and Performer of Afro beats, Zouk and Afro Pop.

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