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Craig Clemens

August 13, 2015
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Just as the neo-classical/electronic group Clean Bandit’s hit “Rather Be” was on it’s way back down the charts, and their follow up “Mozart’s House” was on it’s way up, Love Ssega, the British-Ugandan singer left the group to finish off his PhD at Cambridge.

Ssega has returned with this, his solo debut, “Minds”, a funky blend of mid-80’s pop and soul.