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From East Africa to Europe and America – there is no stopping Stella Mwangi! The Kenyan-Norwegian artiste might have just released her magnum
opus with her recent music project – STELLA MWANGI EP. The self-titled EP has already landed several Hollywood gigs, making her one of the most successful East African artistes in the business of music licensing in Hollywood.

FOX Networks has clinched her single GET UP & GO, also off her EP, to feature as a soundtrack on the second season of FOX’s ROSEWOOD. The show is based on a brilliant private pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood
who uses his sophisticated lab to perform autopsies for the Miami Police Department, while uncovering clues unseen by it’s staff.

wgNetworks Press Play: Here is STL’s Brand New Single, “Big Girl”


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The song will play as the characters Ivan and Bradley try to cheer up Raymond who’s drinking after his investors back out of a deal.

This is Stella’s fourth single off the EP featuring in Hollywood. This says a lot about the EP’s diverse sound, fusing Swahili and English. This paired with her European-themed songs has produced an authentic and original style, which is still sparking interest towards Stella’s new music.

Stella Mwangi’s EP is a fusion of songs with high energy and her distinct Hip Hop flow that unites her fans across the globe. The EP’s first single BIG GIRL was leased to Donut Media – an American production that specializes in producing TV and YouTube content on the freshest car, motorsports, supercars, auto news and car and prank videos
every week. SET IT OFF was featured on Being Mary Jane season 4, with WORK being picked as the official theme song for Reebok Classics Free Your Style 2017 campaign.