‘Kobazzie Needs To Go Back To The Studio’ – Jamaal Sonpon

Liberian Afropop star, Kobazzie The Lorma Boy has gone missing in the music industry. Subsequently, his fans have become worried since his absence.

Also, a die-hard fans of the  music star have equally expressed his concern over his lack of production. We are currently in the month of March. It is the 3rd month of the year and Kobazzie is yet to release a single.

“I don’t care what anyone feels or says..Kobazzie needs to go back to the studio.. He been slacking lately, when ppl lost focus they tend to be apart of everything”.

Many of his social media followers had repeatedly called on the superstar to bless them with new creative material, he remained resolute in keeping them waiting until a time when he is finally ready to put out music again.

If you are a Kobazzie fan and music consumer, you might have noticed that the ‘Bounce’ hit maker has being invisible. Kobazzie has not dropped a album since being part of the music industry.

Kobazzie song he has released are below average music (My Heart and the likes) in 2019, which is not expected from the Lorma Boy. Kobazzie rose to fame after releasing the chart topping song called ‘Bounce’. The musician fail to deliver top music after the released of Bounce.

It seems everything is fading away gradually as much hasn’t been heard from him lately. His songs which he released in late 2019 didn’t live up to what his fans expected and it will be very tough for him in 2020 to succeed in his music career.

The kind of focus he had in his career, even up to last year was amazing but it suddenly faded away. The year 2020 is definitely a year not to near music for him, he should try other things as it might not end well for him musically.

NOTE : This is not to discourage the artiste, it is to encourage him to do more to save his musical career

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James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

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