King Boss LAJ to Finally Release Controversial Song Against Maada Bio’s Government
Sierra Leonean Rapper and the CEO of Red Flag Muzik, LAJ is finally ready to release the full version of “Complain”, a controversial song where he criticized the present government of Sierra Leone.
A teaser of the song featuring Arkman, Itribe and Rap Gee which was first released on social media in August 2020 left numbers of Sierra Leoneans talking. Many are of the opinion that the rapper will be jailed as soon as he releases the song.
However, things took a fresh turn a while after with King Boss LAJ being accused by fans of receiving compensation from the government to suspend the release of the full version of the song.
It appears that the RFM Boss will now gain some accolades from fans and the people of Sierra Leone after sharing the artwork of the song on his Facebook page.
Sierraloaded understands that the song talks about the difficulties Sierra Leoneans are undergoing through the present government. In the teaser, the rapper mentioned about the massacre in Pademba Road Prison that took place in April 2020. The song is also believed to address the the riot in Lunsar, Tombo, Makeni Massacre and many other tragedies that the country has witnessed in recent times.
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For many Years, LAJ has consistently preached against wrongs and corruption in government. Few months after the government of President Julius Maada Bio took over power, he released a song titled “Na Ya We Dae”, a song that talked about the difficulties in the country.
Fans are eagerly waiting on the full version of the song “Complain” as expectations rise that it will expose more issues in the country.
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