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sab Posted - 23 Jun 2015 : 09:09:03
LEADING GAMBIAN RAPPER KILLAH ACE RELEASES A DOPE SONG ABOUT HAPPENINGS IN THE GAMBIA!

https://soundcloud.com/killaace/ku-boka-c-geta-g

One of the greatest rap songs ever released by a Gambian rapper Killah Ace. It is a brand new single exposing the tyranny in Banjul. The song exposes: The systematic power abuses; endemic corruption; massive poverty; lack of salary for municipal workers; growing hunger in Gambia; the DEAD economy; the DEAD dalasi; JK failing Gambian youths; hence forcing them to embark on the risky back way sojourn; JK'S attempts to corrupt Gambia's musicians, Jammeh's assassination of the private press, no free press; no free speech in The Gambia; the inept leadership in Banjul headed by the deranged Kanilai monster. It's a DOPE single. For the first time, in JK'S 20 years misrule, a Gambian rapper is standing up to him. At the end of the song, Killa Ace, noted that if he is missing, know that he is at Jammeh's jailhouse (torture chambers). We salute you brother for the conscious lyric. The song represents the true picture of Gambia of today. Keep it up brother.

Ku Boka C Geta G by killaace on #8234;##8206;SoundCloud

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