Robbyne Kaamil | Let the Girl Go (Free Lolita)

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Let the Girl Go (Free Lolita)

by Robbyne Kaamil

Let The Girl Go: Free Lolita is a spicy dance music track with a powerful message.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Disco (R&B)
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Robbyne Kaamil collaborated with film maker Daniel Azarian after viewing his public service announcement "Save Lolita" to write the song "Let the Girl Go: Free Lolita". Their goal is to raise awareness about the orca named Lolita who was captured and taken from her home in Washington State over 44 years ago. Lolita is currently held captive in Florida at the Miami Seaquarium. Robbyne's rich gospel influenced vocals have graced many dance music hits including: Tweek'd Records release "Now U Left Me" which reach the Top Ten on several international dance music charts and was also featured on the Mike Cruz "Arrive" CD. Robbyne's other tracks include - "By Demand" released on Chameleon Records, "What's a Girl to Do" on Twisted Records and the Randy Bettis produced track "Free to Love" which became an anthem for the gay marriage movement. "Free to Love" was released on Centaur Music's Gay Days CD Vol. 6.

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