Sierra Leonean Performer, Pop Star and Guitarist based in Paris, Mos-B has called on the help of Sierra Leonean rappers, Boss La and Kao Denero to bring him to Sierra Leone to launch his album, Back To my Roots.

Mos-B was born in Sierra Leone to a musical mother and grew up with a deep thirst for making music. He started making music and writing songs using drums, cups and such household utensils. He became obsessed with the guitar from the very first time he was exposed to one.

His music is a fusion of the rhythms, philosophies, and lyrics that define his journey as an artist, who has established an intimate platform to share his perspectives and experiences with fans. He was featured on the front cover of The Chicago Bridge Magazine in the United States, on the magazine’s 20th anniversary and was set to tour in the United States.

The Award-winning artist is set to release his third studio album ‘Back To My Root’ in April 2022 in Sierra Leone as the guitarist is set to travel to Paris for collaborations with some artistes and do international mixing for the album.

The singer called on the attention of the rappers on his Facebook page.

“Boss La or Kaolastkingdenero I trust in one of you to bring me home next year. I wanna come home with my album. Back to my roots!” – he wrote.

As Boss La and Kao Denero, the biggest importers of Sierra Leonean musicians, Mos-B has called on their help to bring him back home to launch his third studio album.