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Liberia: JB Soulfresh Speaks on Being Called a Legend

JB Soulfresh took to social media, addressing being put in the category of legends by fans and admirers. Check out his words below. 



No artist in Liberia has made it yet..
This is a fact..
Put the music aside, We are not even on the level of local artists in Ghana and Nigeria..
At the age of 2face, MI, Flavor and saikodie plus their wealth from their music they stay putting in more work...
AuntyMabel Son Tosh thanks for recognizing some guys including myself as legends, idk your yard stake o my brother but to be sincere, I na sh*t Legend yet o 😂😂😂
The big reason why we are not competing with the rest of the world musically is because we quick to retire ourselves...
We allow our fans and supporters to over rate us and we accept it.. At the end of the day, after few time they will refer to us as old guys..
Nothing can hurt me when I hear artists laboring themselves as King, king? where ur kingdom? Lol... How many records you sold worldwide? How many sold out concert you did worldwide?
How much u get in ur account?
This is funny and serious..
Where is Takun J, NoyZ, Real Nigga, might Blow scientific etc..
My respect to u guys, bribee em y'all need to get back in the studio, no body mon tell ur u guys have arrived and ur believe it. y'all don't mind the Liberian communities, they know y'all But the world don't know any of you guys..
Let us compete with the world not ourselves..
Let me stop here
Correct me if I'm wrong..
#NewMe dropping Friday..

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