Popular Sierra Leone musician, Emmerson Amidu Bockarie who released his new musical video called ‘Stick to the Plan’ featuring American rapper Lala Brooke and American powerful singer Howard Hewett has just made a million views on YouTube in just 7 days of its launch.

The music has sparked several comments from fans and musicians across the country of going to be rated in this year’s Grammy Awards but artists like Moris challenged the comments from fans of the music referred to as a Grammy release.

No doubt that this current development of the song going to be rated in the Grammy Awards as this has been the first Sierra Leonean music to reach that mark in just a week on YouTube.

The new release by Emmerson showcases his versatility to take center stage as the artist navigates the realm of love and relationships.

Emmerson has been a candid voice for years in Sierra Leone, dealing with governmental drawbacks and clasping power liable. His capacity to speak truth to power has earned him the title of a political commentator, making him a reliable force in challenging authority.

However, he lost faith in singing music of such nature due to misconceptions from fans and the public and released a song called ‘Coconut Head’ referring to people who desist from thinking properly.

In this new track, Emmerson showcased his proficiency in resilience delivering variables of why someone needs to stick to the plan no matter what.

His latest addition to the love music genre, “Stick to the Plan,” was unveiled featuring the talents of Howard Hewett and Lola Brooke both of which have gain sober recognition in the international stage.

This song marks the comeback of the Sierra Leonean singer for the first time after a long break. 

The video, produced with state-of-the-art equipment, meets international standards, adding to the allure of the love anthem.

As Emmerson continues to break new ground with his musical, “Stick to the Plan” is poised to captivate audiences and reinforce his status as a versatile artist who transcends the boundaries of political commentary to deliver compelling love.