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INFJ Kenzo Announces Upcoming Live Performance at Club Bahia

INFJ Kenzo is one that everyone should pay close attention to in the coming weeks. While this is especially true for fans of dance music, anyone looking for new music, as well as anyone who enjoys going to live music events, should keep an eye on INFJ Kenzo. 

INFJ Kenzo will be performing at Club Bahia in Los Angeles, the oldest nightclub in the entire city, on Thursday, October 20, at 7 pm. At this performance, listeners will be treated to music off his upcoming album, “The Wage Of Better Angels: A Treatise To The Truth.” This event is the pre-release party for the album. INFJ Kenzo is perhaps best known for his song “Everyday,” which has collected over 115 thousand streams on Spotify since its release in June. Listeners can always count on INFJ Kenzo to create songs featuring a mixture of alternative rap melodies and well-produced beats. 

To buy your tickets now for INFJ Kenzo’s performance, visit this link (https://myafton.com//INFJKenzo). To pre-save his upcoming album, “The Wage Of Better Angels: A Treatise To The Truth,” visit this link (https://www.infjkenzo.com/shop), where you have the option to purchase the digital and/or the physical CD collector’s edition version. 

Finally, to follow INFJ Kenzo on Instagram @infj_kenzo, visit this link (https://www.instagram.com/infj_kenzo/). Be on the lookout too, for a new line of merchandise from INFJ Kenzo to celebrate the launch of the new album, which will be unveiled at the live event on October 20. 

Buy your tickets now via myafton:
https://myafton.com//INFJKenzo

Pre-save album (The Wage Of Better Angels: A Treatise To The Truth.):
https://www.infjkenzo.com/shop

Follow INFJ Kenzo via his Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/infj_kenzo/

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