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Liberian Music: 2Kee is Back With Hot New Song and Video "Dime Baby"

Liberian musician 2Kee
He's back!!! We caught up with Liberian sensation, 2 Kee and chatted with him about his hot new song. 

For fans who and music lovers who are intrigued, please introduce and tell us a bit about yourself. 

I am 2Kee, a Liberian born RnB, Reggae, African artist. I'm a singer, songwriter and performer based in the United States. 

We would like to know about your musical journey. That is, how did your journey as a singer begin and how has it been so far?  

I started as a church boy singing in the choir from Liberia, Ghana and the States. Then by 2010, I started singing circular RnB music and became an official artist and performer in 2012. Since then, its been an eye-opening experience and I've learned a lot. Music has been going good for me because I learned how to make it work for me. Still have a lot more people to reach, music to be made, new places to go and grounds to break.  

How do you perceive music? Also, do you have an idol you look up to? 

For me at this moment Music is a career and lifestyle. I still believe that I can make a difference with and through music. Musically, I looked up to Michael Jackson, singer Joe, R. Kelly, Kim Burrell, Tonex, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Brain McKnight and Usher. 

You changed your style of music from RnB to Afropop. What prompted you to make that decision? Recently, you released a single "Dime Baby", please tell us a bit about it. 

The change came in 2015 when I became more confident about my sound. I also saw opportunities in Afropop, Afrobeat and the African music arena to show my versatility in creating a new image and sound.  My new single and video for the song "Dime Baby" produced by Wicked86Ent is out now on every major music platform for streaming and download worldwide. The official video directed by kobena P4M was shot in Atlanta, GA and is also available now on my YouTube channel @2Kee TV. For more about the Liberian born singer 2Kee visit www.Iam2kee.com.  



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