Like Me or Not, I’mma Stay on My Hustle – D’Banj Releases New Music Video the ‘Entertainer’

It’s almost as if D’Banj is saying, “like me or not people, I’mma stay on my hustle.” He releases his new music video and prepares for a concert in New York next month. My view? D’banj you ain’t got no choice. You need to stay on your hustle. You need the people to like you, even if it ain’t your country people. Bills need to get paid, lifestyles need to be maintained. Excuse the sarcasm. In any event, hopefully lots of lessons learned from the whole politics experience. Catch his new video below:

I’ll catch you all later. Have a great day ahead.


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