Oshri

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Born to a Yemeni mother and a French father, growing up in Isreal was certainly interesting for Oshri. He began his music career as a member of the boy band Gameboys at age 15. He made it to the top 10 of Isreali Idol and won the TRACE stars competition, which resulted in him being signed by Wclef Jean. Currently signed to Akon's record label, Oshri launches his new hit single 'Crazy But Free'.
11 Nov 2016 12AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · Personal Journals

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