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Tunes Liberia’s Top-5 Download Songs

By Tunes Liberia Team

We’re counting down the top five most downloaded songs from Tunes Liberia top ten singles chart, for the week ending September 17, 2016. 
The countdown starts with the same old songs from last week chart, but with surprise changes that occurred in the chart. 
 1. Young Zee – Leave It Hanging
 2. LXR Featuring Kobazzie – Time Is Money 
 3. CO.Z – “The Memorial” (Christoph Diss) 
 4. C.I.C Featuring CasiMoney, Christoph & Chiller Coolnanee – Shout Out 
5. Kobazzie – Ma You Gifted 

Number 5: Kobazzie – “Ma You Gifted” Still at five slots from last week is arguably one of Liberia’s best upcoming Afro Pop artists Kobazzie whose music is a breath of fresh air when it comes to Afrobeat music in the industry. Fact, by the middle of next month Ma You Gifted video will be dropping. 

 Number 4: C.I.C Featuring CasiMoney, Christoph and Chiller Coolnanee “Shout Out” Dropping three steps backward to fourth slot is C.I.C Feature CasiMoney, Christoph and Chiller Coolnanee on the single “Shout Out, which seems to be losing interest among the site visitors slowly. The worst part of the situation is that the song is not gaining enough airplay; however, “Shout Out” is a banger. 

Number 3: CO.Z “The Memorial” (Christoph Diss) Dropping one step backward is “The Memorial” from another ex- champion CO.Z, who on this track diss Christoph and his record label MEMG. From all indications, it seems that battle has just intensified not only between the two artists but their respective record label. 

 Number 2: LXR Featuring Kobazzie “Time Is Money” We have a change in second place, where this new lad in the industry LXR featuring Kobazzie move two steps forward. “Time Is Money” was sitting at fourth slot last week on the chart before moving to second place though it's crawling behind new released songs in term of airplay. 

Number 1: Young Zee “Leave It Hanging” Another change that occurred at number one slots is “Leave It Hanging” by the self-proclaim Hipco town chief Young Zee, who did extremely well on this banger. Fact, no singles from the artist has made hit than his debut single “Hay for It” but as thing appear this song is gradual fighting to break that record. Also, this is the artist first time topping the chart but Leave It Hanging is crawling new released singles with more airplay. Yup! This is what we have so far. Join us again next week for a new lineup from this week.


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