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A projectile called Projectunes

Came across a very well written article on Projectunes in today's paper. Out of curiosity, I visited the site. Phooaaarr! I must admit I've been really out of touch with the local music scene, so these kids just blew me away! From a humble home studio in the bedroom of one Adi Rani, they have produced some fabulous stuff! Our local talents just continue to amaze me!

I especially liked Azeem's track, Home. Kinda gives that G-Funk vibe with a real Bruneian flavour in the lyrics. Addictive stuff. I remember wondering to myself while listening to the G-Funk sounds of WarrenG driving around in Perth (where I met this member of projectunes) many years ago, "When are we gonna have a Bruneian version of this?". I shall wonder no more...

Hats off to the team at Projectunes and keep up the good fight! I wanna see you guys get to the top!


  1. Wicked!.. Added them on my space..definitely worthwhile listening too. Like the Gfunk tip style.


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