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Straight 4hrs of Liberian hit songs: The Hours DJ 2Much Blew My Mind

Paul Yancy aka DJ 2Much
My weekend in Philadelphia was not just a fun weekend, it was also a week of discovery.  One of the many talents I discovered in Philadelphia, is Paul Yancy, an underground Liberian DJ known as DJ 2much.  During Foreign Ward album release party, I experienced four hours of Liberian hit songs played back to back, without any breaks, a first time experience within the history of my entertainment career.  Not a single second went by with an empty dance floor.  Those were glorious moments, I am going to cherish for a life time.  I lived to see my wishes come true, Liberian music been played and cherish by our people and the rest of the world.  Thanks DJ 2Much.  He is 2Much and in a positive way. 

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