Music

Booba Starr defends youth

Wednesday, February 15, 2017    

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Booba Starr continues his musical journey with his soon-to-be-released single Defend The Youths.

The single – produced by Trevor Clarke (Jafrica Records) and Julius Mitchell (Sweat Boxx Production) – will be available in two weeks.

“In light of everything that has been taking place, I felt it was my responsibility to voice a track defending the younger generation. There has been a recent spike in the number of children that are being abused and murdered and we need to come together and put an end to it,” said Booba Starr

“The single will be released on February 27, 2017 and I know the public will support this project. The song is relatable and connects with everyone in a different way. Many times we see the abuse taking place and we turn a blind eye, this song is to open the eyes of my fellow citizens,” he continued.


A music video is in the works.

“The video will be just as heart felt as the song. I made sure I carefully composed every line to stir up some amount of emotion in society. I plan on premiering it on local television before I start my international campaign,” he added.

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