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Kumpulan Gambus Kunci Batu





These boys hail from KB and they are hotstuff on the gambus scene. I first saw them perform at Casa del Don Diego. Apparently they are usually pretty heavily booked for weddings, birthdays, and other such events. They ROCK!

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  1. imagine.what gambus can bring you much wealth....the fat boy slim, whom playing gambus all nite, owns a "yellow Mitsubishi EVO-6" Limited Edition...Yo...Yo...

    (jangan main main ah...)

    I think' I wanna quit work and become the Best Gambus player..Eva...what u think????

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  2. I'm not surprised if these boys make a lot of money cos they are so talented and very entertaining. Very versatile jua sampai buleh jadi MC malam atu jua heheh! Kalau ada bakat why not make it full time job? Market di Brunei ani lumayan jua :)

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