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Audio: Takun J 'Everyday Activities'


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New one from Liberia's hipco king Takun J — whom you might remember from his anti-police corruption song, which got him beat and arrested by Monrovia police. "Everyday Activities" features instrumentation reminiscent of Graceland, accordion included, alongside Takun J's processed singing on his daily routine. The track is the lead single off his upcoming LP. Stream "Everyday Activities" below.

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