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PCK & Frankie Refuses D12 Collaboration Request For 'I Here'

1 February 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

 PCK & Frankie

The internet may be talking about D12 song 'Kebbeh', but it is not popular enough to earn him a spot on the remix to the track 'I Here' by PCK & L'Frankie.  According to Frankie, D12 team reached out to his team for an opportunity to be on the remix to I Here, in exchange for a collaboration to the remix of Kebbeh, but D12 team was turned down on their offer.  PCK & Frankie team has a bigger artist in mind for the remix to "I Here."

According to D12, he has no knowledge of this interaction between his management and the duo management.  He respect their music, but it is not his style.


  1. We are in search of that artist will a bigger platform most especially in the diaporia


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