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Kaytranada Posts Three New Tracks

Monday, 04 September 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Kaytranada has posted three new tracks.

The instrumentals follow up a string of collaborations since the release of ‘99.9%’ album and ‘0.001%’ mixtape last year, including Love, on which he teamed up with Alicia Keys.

Despite the new material the producer has confirmed there is no new project incoming. 

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