Leading national musicians are also eagerly gearing up to share stage with the Nigerian superstar and the Sierra Leonean musical sensation, Kao at the National Stadium on November 30 2018.
Kao Denero would be shooting the Green Gold musical video with Runtown this week ahead of the album launching.
The Last King Album is already rocking the Sierra Leonean airwaves as Kao Denero celebrates his success in the music industry in Sierra Leone.
The Sierra Leone’s music maestro, Rapper and Hip-Hop artist King Kao Denero has to his credit 10 (ten) albums which to many of his fans and the general public is massive because in his own words: “Not many Sierra Leonean music artists can boast of having ten albums.”
He went on to say: “I did not call myself King. It was my fans that gave me that name because they see me as the King of Hip-Hop in Sierra Leone.
Speaking to this press, Kao Denero stated that he has been in the Sierra Leone music industry since 2004 and that he owes his fans a lot because it is their support and love for his music that has kept him going. He called fans to be ready to flock to the National Stadium on November 30, this year, adding that they will get the best of him in addition to other local and an international artist that would arrive here this week.
He however called on his fans, admirers and the general public to inculcate the habit of respecting home-grown music artists and lamented over the fact that music stars like the late Dr. Orloh and Ebenezer Calendar are not immortalized and remembered for their part in the local industry. He cautioned his fans and the general public that the November 30th show is not about politics but to showcase local music talent. He promised that security would be water tight and that even though the show would end in the early morning hours of the first Saturday in December which is a national cleaning day, people wishing to attend the show need not panic as there would be transportation to take them to their various homes as long as they have the ticket to show as evidence to security personnel who might stop them.