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Playing only Liberian music is becoming the norm says Hazem Double H

In a heartfelt and emotional post, Double H of Hott FM, gave a shout out to all those who fought for Liberian music to heard.  Check out his post below: 

I will like to take this time to send a special shout-out to all the Liberian Artists, Promoters, DJs, and the fans.

When we started this journey some years back, our listeners used to be angry each time we played Liberian songs. But through the hard work of the Artists, Promoters, DJs, and the fans, we have managed to turn the page over.

A special one from the bottom of my heart to my friend, guidance and partner of Hott FM Bernard Blue Benson Djblue Lib, you have been a major instrument in this transformation today. I say thank you and keep doing what you do best. 

I also want to remember all of our falling legends; we will not be where we are today without your contributions. Wherever you are, may the light of peace shines on you.

I was really amazed last night, filled with tears of joy, when almost 7 persons walked up to me from the crowd and begging me to play only Liberian songs.

That really touched my heart. It proves to me that hard work pays. So I want to say thanks to all the Artists, Promoters, DJs, and the fans for making that possible.

We still have a lot to accomplish, but am sure we will definitely get there some day. Happy Weekend folks. #TGIF #libmusic #doubleHent ...follow me Snapchat @lebaneseking78 H


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