BBnZ’s E.L has addressed the nation on Independence Day on a brand new single titled “State Of The Nation.”
BBnZ record act, E.L has come a long way in the music industry but it’s rare to see him or hear him add his voice to the ongoing political brouhaha. This time, the self-acclaimed “Best African Rapper” has released a new single titled “State Of The Nation” – an address that focuses on exposing the hustle Ghanaian citizens are going through and its effects.
To draw the government’s attention to the economic hardship that Ghanaians are facing, E.L highlighted issues like the erratic power supply, corruption, stagnated developmental projects, riff-raff leaders, etc.
“Yo! This is my state of the nation address; this is no hating, am just stating the facts
Updating the mess is on the situation we’re facing
I guess we can accept it
It’s complicated its best
In these hard times of elevated prices
Load shedding plans got your destiny decided
It’s only right…no matter how physician sells
Beyond the truth
Beyond the reasonable doubts
Ladies and gentlemen
Allow me to state for the regular
I am a citizen
Unwilling with this type of condition in which we’re living in
A living testament of civilians who are innocent
Are pretty caught in the system
For what it is and should’ve been
It’s should’ve been a paradise for the world to envy
But it’s hard when all your capital reserves are empty
The rich gets rich
Chase girls and baileys
The poor dies, courtside, preacher-man screaming AMEN!” E.L spits
On the second verse of the song, he however highlighted some of the jobs issues affecting University graduates, the right measures our politicians must put in place to enable the country forward and urged all politicians to put their differences aside and try to work together.
Listen to the full version below.