Liberia’s international hip hop artist Scientific will for the first time launch a song in Liberia before it is released to the rest of the world.“The launching of ‘Rotate’ is special to me because it’s going to be the first time I ever launch a single here at home, and my people deserve it,” said the rapper.According to Scientific, ‘Rotate’ is about beautiful women or divas displaying how well they can dance or move their bodies on the dance-floor in a rotating manner. ‘Rotate,’ which features and has an epic afro pop flow from Quincy B, can move party people to “get your backs off the wall” and dance. From the sounding of things, this song is on its way to attaining international renown. Apart from Scientific and Quincy B, some of the other household names slated to perform at the launch are: Eric Geso, K-Zee and 2Switt.The “It’s War” rapper said “nowadays fans want to party so you do not need a rocket scientist to tell you that…and that’s exactly what the song ‘Rotate’ is about,” said Scientific. He said that the idea for the song originated with Quincy B, who actually brought the idea to Scientific with a chorus/hook already done. “He did the hook so I just matched it,” added Scientific.Scientific, who has shared the same stage with world renowned artists like Jay-Z, Fat Joe, Akon and Fabulous, now has the song ‘Rotate’ trending in East Africa by popular radio DJ Anna Fetty in Tanzania, DJ Ant Iowa in the US, and by other deejays around the world. Scientific said the song was specially made to show appreciation for his fans for being supportive of his career, adding: “They need to turn up so we can party together at the launch.”“I just want my fans to know I love them too much. Also at the launch I will be giving them a special opportunity so we can interact better with each other on the red carpet,” he said. In related news, Africori, Africa’s leading digital music service provider based in London and Cape Town, has signed a deal with Scientific to distribute his music around the world. The artist joins a list of top artists like Wizkid, Becca, Jon Bricks and others to be signed to the company.The song ‘Rotate’ will be launched at Club Wanwusu in Brewerville on Saturday, December 19 at 7:00pm. Admission for VIP is US$25, double VIP US$50 and ordinary US$10.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A Sisters Village, West Bank Demerara (WBD) man was on Wednesday morning robbed at gunpoint in the vicinity of the No 44 Minibus Park, Longden Street, Georgetown.Rohan Persaud, 27, was relieved of one mobile phone valued $30,000 by four men, one of whom was armed with a hand gun and another with a knife.Reports are Persaud was walking on the pavement about 05:30h when he was confronted by the suspects, who held him at gunpoint and relieved him of the phone.After committing the act, the men escaped on foot. The matter was reported and based on information gathered, one of the suspects was identified as “Lil Boy”. An investigation has been launched.