Trapco has stolen the minds of people from the original sound of Rap Music in Liberia and so doing it has left the mark of irrelevance on those that do Hipco Music. The King of Hipco Takun J, Legends like Mighty Blow who is also a mentor to Young Zee and many other Hipco Captains don’t have a voice no more because the people are not ready to give listening ears. The Bilikon rap Front man Young Zee seems to be the only Hipco Rapper that hasn’t switched to the commercial sound of Trapco, instead he plays with his genre, if need be he experiments with the commercial side of Hipco too like what he has done with his New Single “Leh it here”. This Song was produced by an all time great Kizzy W, it’s just phenomenal because it’s a club banger. The first time the power of ” Leh it here” was tested was when the dance video of Lyee Bility CEO of Bilikon went viral. His dance moves were so expressive and mind blowing that you would be wondering where did Lyee learn all those steps from? By doing this Lyee has inspired a Dance Competition where people have the opportunity to submit a video of themselves dancing to Young Zee’s Hot track. The winner of the competition would surely be rewarded by the artist Young Zee. Originality pays, Trapco is indeed making waves but Young Zee with his Bombastic hit “Leh it here” has brought true Hipco back to the streets of Liberia.
WRITTEN BY: EDWIN MOHAMMED ELIC-JALEIBA [CHIEF EDITOR PLUSLIBERIA]