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New Marius Billgobenson album masterfully blends jazz, blues, and African music
(Published: February 07, 2018)

Marius Billgobenson exudes charisma and positivity. He is one of those artists whose electricity can be felt as soon as he steps into the room, immediately uplifting the mood with his smile and cheerful vibe. His open personality is also attuned with his take on classy smooth jazz.

Although currently based in Sweden, Billgobenson is originally from the Republic of the Congo. His recent studio effort is The Sum of My Pardon. The title has a very profound feel which matches the noble goals of this release. This talented artist set out to incorporate a broad range of influences into his sound, not only
exploring the languages of jazz and blues but also diving deeper into the culture and traditions of his ancestral land, incorporating a significant amount of African music elements into his LP.

Billgobenson aims to raise awareness on the many challenges that people experience all around the world, in particular, throughout Africa. More importantly, this record stands out as a message of hope and brotherhood for everyone.

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