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Record Label Seeking an International Distribution Deal, Marketing, Promotion and Booking Agent Services for KG

August 5, 2008

Kgomotso Tsatsi: The voice of Lauryn Hill meets the soul of Alicia Keys. Hip Hop soul meets powerful R&B. This young singer sings songs of love, addiction and paradise.

South African artist affectionately known as ‘KG’ has just finished her debut album entitled “The Art Of Love”. The music of this former South African idol echoes the likes of Marvin Gaye, Lauren Hill and John Mayer.

Black Honey Records representing KG is looking for an international distribution partnership, marketing, promotion and booking agent services, for KG. If interested come and watch KG perform at Honey Jam , Sunday , at 19h00 on August 10, 2008, at the Mod Club in Toronto. Honey Jam is a result of national search to seek out the hottest young talent to perform in the concert. This is where Nelly Furtado and Jully Black were discovered. At Honey Jam 2007, KG wowed audiences and even impressed fellow Canuck Jully Black.

KG’s CD is pre- released and is now available online at www.indiepool.com or www.cdbaby.com/cd/kgsings or at various digital stores like iTunes, puretracks, napster etc. KG’s official CD release including her song “bugging” will be announced soon. The song ‘Buggin’ produced by renowned producer Marcus Kane Socrate was written by KG after winning 91.5 The Beat Hit Radio talent search.

Visit KG’s site at www.myspace.com/musicbykg.

KG has just been selected to participate in a CTV commercial, where she demonstrates her singing skills. The commercial is called “Be a Star, See a Star”‘. It is a CTV commercial for an Eyewear store playing in all of Eastern Canada.

To view a headshot of KG, please visit the link below:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/KgomotsoHeadshot.jpg

 Contacts: Black Honey Records And Music Entertainment Liza Tsatsi (306) 783-3820 Email: blackhoneymusic@gmail.com Website: www.myspace.com/musicbykg Website: www.musicbykg.com or www.blackhoneyrecords.com

SOURCE: Black Honey Records and Music Entertainment




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