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Liberian hipco artist Jonathan Koffa aka Takun J's "Police Man" tackles issues of law enforcement corruption in his native Monrovia.


Liberian hipco artist Jonathan Koffa aka Takun J's "Police Man" tackles issues of law enforcement corruption in his native Monrovia. His manager tells us that "he was arrested twice over [the song], set up by the police, and brutally beat. For a while after the song came out, the cops were arresting anyone who might be Takun J, so a lot of other artists, like Luckay Buckay, got caught up in the mess." Stream "Police Man" and an interview with Takun J on the issues that arose around the tune below.

Interview: Takun J talks about "Police Man"

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