Azzar Releases Eltrepreneur a MillBill Production

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Azzar

Azzar is a rising artist who has been releasing nothing but positive music for his fans. He has been receiving great feedback for his last single, “Focus” and he believes that this one will be no different. 

Eltrepreneur is thought-provoking and shares the message of wanting to see all inner-city youths becoming successful.

Azzar has also released the visual for “Eltrepreneur,” and the support for it has been overwhelming. The artist is set to release some great singles before 2020 comes to a close and is also looking for to performing at his first virtual artistes’ showcase/ fundraising event.  
Azzar is excited about the future of his career and long forward to taking his music worldwide.

Eltrepreneur is thought-provoking and shares the message of wanting to see all inner-city youths becoming successful.

Azzar has also released the visual for “Eltrepreneur,” and the support for it has been overwhelming. The artist is set to release some great singles before 2020 comes to a close and is also looking for to performing at his first virtual artistes’ showcase/ fundraising event.  
Azzar is excited about the future of his career and long forward to taking his music worldwide.

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