Five Star’s Harrysong Unveils Patriotic Reasons For Suspension Of Album Launch



Five Star Music act, Harrison Tare Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong, has revealed he would be suspending his much-anticipated album release for a very nationalistic reason.

The suspension, according to Harrysong, would now be substituted with a peace concert in Delta State to preach peace in the region following the activities of the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA).

The musician, who is from the region, said he his worried by the vandalism of pipelines in Niger Delta and wants to use the peace concert to foster unity and peace among the people of the region.
Harrysong who would have dropped his first album under Five Star music next month, said he has now set his mind instead on the peace concert, which is aimed at re-orientating the minds of the people of the Niger Delta and shifting their attention to the need for them to embrace peace and dialogue with the Federal Government.

“Yes, it is true that I have suspended my album release for now. I am planning to have a peace concert in Asaba on July 30. This is going to be the biggest concert in the region and I am optimistic that it would yield a positive result. We are worried about the well being of our people and this is why we are bringing a peace concert to them,” he said.

He noted that all his label mates are strongly in support of the forth coming concert.

“All Five Star artistes have already been billed to perform. I am also speaking with some of my colleagues currently to know their plans for that day.

The truth is that the concert will hold on July 30 and everybody will be happy and the region will remain peaceful ever after,”  he said.



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by peace on Jun 19, 2016 at 12:40 pm Reply

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