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Liberian emerging artist Jaredo collaborates with Kuami Eugene for ‘Ur Waist’

Liberian emerging artiste Jaredo enlist Kuami Eugene for ‘Ur Waist’. Christopher Kiyembe professionally known as Jaredo is an Afro pop singer and songwriter born and raised in the capital city of Liberia. At a young age, Jaredo developed a passion for singing which later led him to entertaining Liberians through local broken English. 2017 Jaredo signed a 10 years deal with and independent Record label located in Liberia called SOG Records. He immediately got his debut single released titled “Wait for You” which featured one of Liberia’s biggest artists P.C.K. This song introduced Jaredo to the industry and helped him make his mark as the only youngest hit artist in the country. He also left a mark as the best dressed and fashion oriented Artist among his peers. Jaredo never rested but continued to work hard by releasing another single that also buzzed in the country for a very long period. This song got recognition in Liberia and was nominated as song of the year by MTN Liberia music awards. This song was widely received by listeners across the globe and went on top of several charts. He later Released two songs ft. Zambians artist Luwizzy on a track titled “Eat I Eat” which also made a great impact. Jaredo ended the year 2018 with a massive effort collaborating with Ghanaian super star Kuami Eugene on a song “UR Waist” which was performed to amaze their fans at the MTN Liberia music awards hosted in Liberia Executive Pavilion. Jaredo has gotten lot of nominations and had won several awards including MLMA best new artist 2018, Fries FM Best young Artist 2018. Check on it below:




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