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Usain Bolt and Stylo G electrify Pumayard in the UK Featured

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  Usain Bolt and Stylo G appeared in UK newspaper 'The Telegraph' after the duo's electrifying performance at the festive Pumayard this weekend.  

Last night Usain Bolt introduced Stylo G on stage at PumaYard. He played dj for the night and gave the UK artiste a hand by mixing while Stylo performed.

 

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