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Tunes Liberia's Top-5 Downloads: July 24 – 30, 2016

Here we go resuming the publication of the top five downloaded songs from Tunes Liberia, Liberia's biggest music portal, for the week ending July 31, 2016.
The countdown begins with AG DaProfit at spot Number 5.
# 5: AG Da Profit Feat. Spinner - Hook on It
AG DaProfit is slowly making his way up the ladder as an A-plus artist since he walked away with double awards from the Liberian Music Awards. This new song from the rapper talks about the ills in the Liberian Society featuring Nigerian super star, Spinner; and it’s worth listening to
# 4: Ericgeso - Dey Say
Since this song was released, it has been shaking the airwaves, making it very popular among music lovers. The “Dey Say” crooner is now on his way to Australia for a tour, and according to fresh under cover report, Eric is favorite for the Nigeria Entertainment Awards (Non-Nigerian Artist category).
# 3: Trey Milli Feat. Christoph & Chiller Coolnanee - Put That Thang on Me
The song from this new industry lad is epic with a catchy hook, and continuing like this will surely give him a great music career. Trey Milli got it right by having two of Liberia’s finest upcoming rappers on the song, who helped give the song an incredible flow.
# 2: CO.Z - Kamikazee
Every time CO.Z releases a new single, it is a hit both on air and on streaming or music portals. A true hustler, CO.Z spits fire in both hip-hop and hip-co. One thing you do not know about CO.Z is that with all the songs he has to his name, he is yet to win an award.
# 1: Speedo’o - Choice
At the number one spot is Liberia’s fastest rapper Speedo’o, who a few months ago won his first career awards with the Liberian Music Awards, walking away with two awards.
His flow on this song is massive, but the song is not really making waves on the streets. It is making waves online and on streaming sites.
Yup! This is what we have so far. Join us again next week for a new lineup.

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