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Hip Hop Beef In Sierra Leone Is So Serious! →

In the wake of Sierra Leone’s long civil war, an emergent hip hop culture and nascent music industry provided the country’s youth with a source of pride and, for many, a means of employment. But that passion and sense of identification has led to intense rivalries and heated contests for dominance among the supporters of Sierra Leonean rappers such as Kao Denero, LAJ (Life After Justice), and Iggy favorite Bajah and the Dry Eye Crew.