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The Muses release ‘bad guy’ cover

The Muses release ‘bad guy’ cover

If there is a party worth starting, the best ignition mechanism is this funky electric string quartet out of Gauteng that will take any sensible situation and turn it into a sensational night to remember. Meet four drop-dead gorgeous, classically-trained virtuosos, all keen to get as many people on their feet each time they unpack the contents of their carefully considered albums.

Their latest release sees a classical spin to one of pop’s most cutting-edge artists, Billie Eilish. The bad guy video sees the quartet performing the track from their individual homes, while encouraging fans to #stayhome.

The song will be available for download or streaming on all DSPs worldwide from Friday 24th April HERE.


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About UMG Live

In a significant boost for the domestic music industry, Universal Music South Africa acquired longstanding independent talent management agency, G Management in 2017.

Formed under the guidance of several of the country’s top booking agents and record label executives, UMG Live is rapidly positioning itself as one of South Africa’s leading entertainment facilitation companies.This new and lucrative division of Universal Music is based in Johannesburg and serves as the live facility for all artists currently in a 360 deal with the record company.

UMG Live services many different artists outside Universal Music. This currently includes many of South Africa’s most talented and active artists including Swing City, The Muses, Sho Madjozi and Okmalumkoolkat. In 2016, UMG Live acquired the exclusive booking agency rights for the talent signed to The Voice SA, adding another exciting element to its offerings.

With sister companies based in Denmark, Kenya and Nigeria , UMG Live represents the pinnacle of entertainment in many different territories – all with the backing of parent company Universal Music.