Amo resurfaces with Where stars hide

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Songstress Amogelang ‘Amo’ Motlhaping has resurfaced into the music industry after three years of missing in action with a new RnB single. The 21 year old who was in the top finalists of My Star in 2012 alongside the likes of Peach, Amantle and the winner Sharon recently released her debut single titled Where stars hide, which was produced by Peabo Mogapi at Qodesh records.

“Where stars hide; talks about overcoming life circumstances that one faces in life, generally it talks about a transition,” said the songstress. The track is a single from her upcoming album, which she has not yet named, that is coming out in September.

The track is already available on online music application Sound Cloud, “at the moment we have not yet opened the free download lines; you are only able to listen to the track with out downloading,” she stated.

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