Entertainment

Aidonia set to 'Xplode'

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Friday, December 14, 2018

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Aidonia is riding the charts with Big Baller, a song produced by 4th Genna Music. It is his third major hit of 2018, his previous hits being VVS and Breeze (featuring Govana).

Big Baller is definitely about a vibe. You can feel the energy just listening to the song...if you know you know. It's all about the party and the high energy and the lifestyle,” Aidonia told this column.

The lanky deejay has big plans for 2019.

“The game plan is to maintain momentum. We have been winning for some time now and the music is consistent, so we plan to continue to push forward and dominate the space,” he shared.

Aidonia added that, “2018 was an amazing year, lots of good music, good shows and big career moves. I've been all around the region with Magnum and I'm excited to see how the relationship grows in 2019”.

Tonight, Aidonia will perform at the Magnum Xplosion show which is scheduled for Melbourne Cricket Club in Kingston. Teejay, Ding Dong and Ravers, Govana, Spice, Agent Sasco, Devin Di Dakta, and several others are also in the line-up.

He promises a performance that will be a sign of things to come in 2019.

Magnum Xplosion patrons can expect from me what they always get, an excellent performance, good delivery and definitely something that will leave them talking, something to bring them over into the New Year. This is one of the biggest shows of the season, so I have to make sure everything is done right.”

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