K.S.A - June 4th ft Jamon Marley
The ''June 4th Revolution'' or ''June 4th Uprising'' was a popular and violent uprising in Ghana in 1979 that arose out of a combination of corruption, bad governance, lack of discipline in the army and frustrations among many others. K.S.A hit a track called "June 4th" produced by "TWIG BEATZ" to address corruption, bad governance and lack of discipline in the music industry in light of the June 4th revolution. He asks KWAW KESE, who killed FENNEC OKYERE and how far the case has gone. He then throws some lines at SHATTA WALE, YAA PONO, OBRAFOUR, OBOUR, TEE FLOW , PAPPY KOJO and more.....K.S.A is the uprising star in ITALY from the camp of JAHBLESS MUSIC.
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