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Moozlie Shuts Down Critics Who Think Her Streaming Milestone Is False

Moozlie Shuts Down Critics Who Think Her Streaming Milestone Is False. It is no secret that Moozlie has worked hard to get to where she is today musically. From her days at CashTime to becoming a solo artist and writing her own album from scratch.

Moozlie recently took to twitter to announce that she has achieved 500 000 streams on her latest album release Spirit of an OG. The album featured the likes of AKA, 25K, Maggz, Reason and Black Motion.

Critics quickly came for Moozlie claiming that the her streaming milestone is false. She said that the energy on twitter is weird and one fan proceeded to ask Moozlie who her fans are that streamed her album 500 000 times.

Moozlie tweeted, “The energy on twitter can be so weird. Why ya’ll always just tryna be mad or mean?!“.

A critic responded, “No one is tryna be mad or mean Sis. We just wanted to find out who had actually streamed your album 500 000 times, since we didn’t know you had released an album in the first place. It’s honestly not that deep hey. Love and peace“.

She clapped back at the same tweep who critiqued her for pooerly marketing her album because he wasn’t aware of it’s release. She replied to him stressing that releasing music independently during a pandemic isn’t easy.

Independently releasing music in a pandemic isn’t easy but the promo that we did have got us this far. So just because YOU didn’t hear about it doesn’t mean that it wasn’t released or nobody streamed it. That’s all I’m saying”. She tweeted.

In an interview with BigStar Johnson, Moozlie prided herself on working hard on Spirit Of an OG and producing it independently through her own record label Nomuzi Mabena Records. She wrote all the songs herself and did not make use of any ghost writers.

Her single LaLaLa has been received relatively well and she also delivered some clean visuals for the track.

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