I can’t cheat on my lover -Double Destiny

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Call it a mere talk for recognition or anything that comes to your mind, the truth remains that singer, Double Destiny has chosen the path he wants to trade on.
The Mbaise born artiste who would be joining fellow ‘Country 5’ talents like Genevieve Nnaji, Acharaman and others in the entertainment industry, has vowed to remain faithful to whoever destiny has prepared for him.

Although he is aware of the pressure on entertainers to cheat on their partners, ‘DD’ like he is fondly called is sure he is ready to be that guy.
“It pains me when I look around to see cheating becoming the order of the day, people do it with ease and it does hurt a single conscience any more.
As a musician who is an agent of change, I want to use music to see what I can do to change this trend, having in that to change the world it has to start with me.
I have taken my decision and it is all left for the people that will be listening to my music”
Double Destiny made the statement ahead of the release of his debut single ‘Number one lover’ which be dropping on Saturday May 11, 2013.
He also added that the song will be a danceable track to see that it is played everywhere.
“The song carries my gospel for the society and making it something danceable means it will be played everywhere, and while people are dancing, the message will surely sing” He added.
The track was produced by Pen Touch, producer of Acharaman’s Relax.

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