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‘Sebe’ star, Fredrick Peters, aka Famous, is set to release his 4th consecutive album on February 4th 2012. (Photo: Famous on stage)
The 12-track album, which is tentatively titled: ‘No to All Man Go Lek U’, was recorded in the UK, USA and Sierra Leone.
The famous artist told Salonejamboree that ‘No to All Man Go Lek U’ has been long in the making but that the wait was worth it.
The album was recorded in 3 countries: namely UK, USA and Sierra Leone, and it features artists such as Wahid of ‘tin dem’ fame, Stunt and Collabo of the Squard Black.
Speaking on the title of his album, ‘No to All Man Go lek U’, Peters said the African society is full of Pull him/Pull Her Down (PHD) Syndrome but that this scenario is far worse in Sierra Leone.
Famous said most time people get to hate one another for absolutely no reason.
“If you are good in what you do, people just hate you. We don’t support each other, but we are good in bringing down the next Man. Therefore, ‘No to All Man Go Lek U’, he said.
The rapper added that that his new album preaches about love and encourages Sierra Leoneans to love one another.
The music video of ‘No To All Man Go Lek U’ has been getting great reviews on SLBC TV. Famous said his latest video, ‘U Yone Nar U Yone’, will be released this week to the national broadcaster.
‘No to All Man Go Lek U’ will be available to Compact Disc Sellers Association (CDSA) on February 4th nationwide, and this will follow a scheduled concert on April 14th at the Family Kingdom.
Peters, an award winning artist, has 3 albums to his credit: ‘Get Bizzy’, ‘Love Tight’ and ‘Ar Go Climb’. But his most acclaimed work so far is a song titled: ‘Sebe’.
He has performed in several sold out shows in Sierra Leone, UK and USA.
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