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Soul Fresh New Video 'Don't Put Me There' Goes Viral - Gets Great Reviews 

'Don't Put Me There' video, shot by Loveland Production, was dropped earlier today.  In the song, Soul Fresh sang about unity and positive vibe within the Liberian entertainment industry.  They also highlighted avoiding negative press.  The video is loaded with appearances from other celebrities like Angel Micheal and Paul Flomo.  'Don't Put Me There' is getting great reviews from the fans.  I Love the message from Soul Fresh, unfortunately, like they stated in their song, the ghees is needed for entertainment. C Liberia Clearly will put you there and be all in your fries, it makes good entertainment.  It's our job as entertainers to keep the industry entertaining.  Guys, loosen up. 

Watch the video here: Don't Put Me There


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