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Advocacy: (Audio)Murdered Students Paid Tribute to City Before Death – Big L and Tipsy ‘Heart of the City’

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What a devastating blow as news continues to unfold about the four UNIPORT students who were recently murdered in Port Harcourt. Two of the murdered young men were aspiring musicians and produced the song below starring female vocalist Yetty. Ironically, the issues they sing about in their song (hate, crimes, and crumbled legal justice system) seems to have come to fruition. May their souls rest in peace. Very, very sad day and history in Nigeria.

 

Big L (Lloyd), Tipsy (Ugonna), Timi Kay, Yetty – Heart of the City

[audio:https://www.africamusiclaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Heart-of-the-City-by-Tipsy-L-ft-Yetty-and-Big-L.mp3]

-Uduak
@uduaklaw

 

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