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Wed 26 Sep, 2012
By Robert Ingham

'Play The Game Boy', a quirky, upbeat pop track

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A*M*E releases her first official single 'Play The Game Boy' on November 4th 2012.

“A sassy South London prodigy” Time Out
“One of the hottest names to emerge on the UK pop scene in 2012” Idolator

It’s been a busy summer for 17 year - old A*M*E who’s been on the road supporting some of the UK’s biggest names in pop including Jessie J, JLS, The Wanted, Rizzle Kicks and Olly Murs. She has also found time to perform at the Olympics ahead of the gold medal boxing bout, write a Korean #1 and put together another issue of her fanzine, The A*M*E.

And now A*M*E is set to release 'Play The Game Boy', a quirky, upbeat pop track that follows on from where City Lights, Ride or Die and Find A Boy left off.

Written by A*M*E and up and coming Norwegian writer/ producer Electric, you can have a listen to 'Play The Game Boy' by following this link:

Travelling from war-torn Sierra Leone at the age of eight, A*M*E grew up in South London and having finished school just last year she has been hard at work writing, recording and performing but it doesn’t stop there. A*M*E (aka Amy Kabba) has also been busy creating her own fanzine, called (coincidentally enough) The A*M*E. Halfway between Just 17 and SuperSuper the magazine is all about A*M*E’s take on the world and her love of fashion, music, the 90’s and everything in between and with the first issue a resounding success, the second is out now with the third on it’s way so pick up your copy road side.

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'PLAY THE GAME BOY' will be released on Future/Universal on November 4 2012.


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