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Stream Canadian-Nigerian artist Kelly Anthony’s song ‘Pagans’ with Sarkodie and Larruso

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

Last week, Canadian-Nigerian musical artist Kelly Anthony released a track featuring legendary rapper Sarkodie and rising African Dancehall artist Larruso who talks about dream sellers, fake love, hate on your success, and that no weapon formed against them should prosper. Being in the spotlight, or being known, isn’t something that all humans will live, but when you are in a place where it is your truth, the song’s words will hit you differently. The song is a blend of the various styles emitting from Ghana’s current hotbed of talent as far as sound.

If you don’t understand what I mean, give the track a try to get the full experience. Listen to ‘Pagans’ below. It is from the album titled ‘African Prince’.


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