[WATCH] The Muffinz perform songs from their second album on #702Unplugged

The Muffinz is back!

The music group was started seven years ago and made a notable impact on the music industry.

Their music career took off in Melville after forming the group at the University of Johannesburg.

Their second album titled Do what you love is available in store. The group says the message is important for young people.

Watch the full interview below...


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