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Tunes Liberia’s Top-5 Downloads (Aug. 14 - 20)

Here we are again, counting down the top five most downloaded songs from Liberia's biggest music portal, Tunes Liberia, for the week ending August 20, 2016.  This week we have few changes in the chart that came from new released singles.  Check it out. 

  #5: Young Sotee - Hard Bar

  The saying, “hard work yields possible fruit” is working in favor of this young industry crooner, based on his song position on the chart. “Hard Bars” was uploaded on Tunes Liberia with other great songs but it managed to catch the hearts of the site visitors. This is a great beginning for this lad, and hope he continues.

  #4: Young Zee - Boiling

  Young Zee fought hard to grab a place on the chart, beating lots of other good songs. Still a newcomer in the industry, the rapper is doing everything possible to cement his place. “Boiling” is still striving to make hit in the industry but the song does have a good number of downloads. You can't tell whether this single will replicate the success his first single had.

  #3: Soul Fresh - What Ur Want

  Last week the group debuted in second place with this song; this week, it have fallen to third place. “What Ur Want", since it was released few weeks ago, has continued to dominate airwaves and rocking the industry. However, it is far lagging behind songs that are frequently playing in club whether new or old.

  #2: Soul Fresh - No Case
  Ex-champ on the last week chart, “No Case” falls one step on this week’s chart, yet Soul Fresh are hoping that they regain their place. While it is true that they can, it is a difficult task and rest in the hands of the site visitors. Just last week Soul Fresh had a sold out concert during the launching of their two singles. They did experience hiccups in starting time. Their performance during the show was not that bad.

  #1: Christoph Feat. Margas – Hold Your Polaruh
  Do you think  Christoph and Marga can spend another week on the chart? I'm sure they can, depending on the downloads but they have lot of songs to battle with daily.

  Yup! This is what we have so far. Join us again next week for a new lineup.


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