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Roden Y replaces stolen car


We bet everyone has memories about their first car but it’s not a good memory if the car is stolen, just less than three months of riding it. Roden Y from Team No Sleep is in the right position to explain how he felt. Not until yesterday when his record label decided to surprise him with a thing he badly needs being an artiste.

The musician was given a car about five months ago after successfully holding a concert but three months with the car, it was stolen on New Years Eve at freedom city where he had parked it. Rumor started moved around that the owners had taken it because their balance hadn’t been completed. Whether this was true or not, we are not in the position to give our comment on this but what we are at liberty to report is that the artiste was given a new car.

Yes, that’s what happens when you are signed to a big label such as TNS. The ‘Kabako’ artiste yesterday received a Mazda Premacy car registration number UAY484C courtesy of his management.

“Join me thank my management for the gift they just presented to me. A Mazda Premacy is the gift, well am really comfortable and happy. Big thanks to the TNS Management,” he posted.

Roden Y is behind songs like ‘Kabako’, ‘Akasolo ft Diamond Oscar, ‘Nanfuka’ and ‘Ndeku’ among others.

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