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TOGAR HOWARD GIVES YOU FANTASY

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Fantasy by Togar Howard
Minneapolis, MN - October 31, 2016, Put your dancing shoes on as you are sure to need them.  Togar Howard has released his newest and most dynamic song to date.  “Fantasy”, deftly produced by D12, has a tempo that is sure to make you tap your toes straight out of your seat and onto the dance floor.

To show his appreciation to his fans, Howard has decided to release “Fantasy” as a free download for a limited time.  Afterwards the song will be offered for sale on iTunes, Amazon and other digital platforms. 

“Fantasy” is a track from Howard’s forthcoming sophomore album I Am

About Togar Howard

Liberia born, Cote d'IVoire raised and Minnesota based singer/songwriter, dancer, and choreographer Togar (Noovou) Howard debuted as an artist in 2014. Before launching his solo career, he was a dancer sharing the stage with several noteworthy musical artists. While capable of performing many genres, Howard has chosen to root himself in Afropop, a blend of traditional African beats blended with the more modern pop beats.

As a singer, Howard has shared the stage with artists that include Tiwa Savage, Davido, Kcee, Iyanya, and Timaya.  His stage presence is undeniably electrifying as he delivers a high energy, dance packed performance every time. 



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