Mr Williamz December Dubplate Session On 11th December

Mr Williamz

On 11th December, Mr Williamz is opening a dubplate session at a reduced rate from £200 to just £150 or two dubplates for £250.

Patreon members receive further discounts.

Click ‘Book Now’ to email and book your session.

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Mr. Williamz Launched his patreon earlier this year to be able to connect with his fans and provide them with exclusive content and access to original music, shows, live streams and more. There are three entry tiers that allow you to support Mr. Williamz directly and sign up for the content you want most. Further discounts for the personalised dubplate session are available via Patreon – sign up now!

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