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O! Chips – Weesay, Liberia

Here is Weesay, the Bob Marley of Liberia!  He is a blind man who lives in the capital city of Monrovia. Weesay enjoys singing reggae with an instrument that he created using a stick of wood stuck to an oil can.  Here is his song, O! Chips.  It sounds like there are a couple of strings there, too.  We can’t make them out, though.  He is definitely great.  Let’s make him famous!  Share this video!

Weesay | The free spirited Liberian – O! Chips

Weesay - O! Chips
Weesay the free spirited Liberian sings O! Chips in Monrovia. Listen on youtube.

His name is Wesseh Freeman, he’s a self-taught singer and composer from Monrovia (Liberia). Wesseh is blind and plays music in the streets to make a living.

Check out Weesay on Facebook.

Weesay - The Bob Marley of Liberia.
Weesay or ‘Weeseh’ is blind and from Liberia. He built his own guitar from a stick and an oil can.

Some guy named Nicky’s family owns a chip company and asked this guy to do their jingle.  Here is what he says on youtube:  “My brother got a street musician named weesay the free spirited Liberian in monrovia, Liberia to do a jingle for our brand of potato chips. The brand is O! Chips.

Sach Ramchandani made a video of someone (possibly him) giving Weesay a guitar. Watch this video…

Weeseh gets a guitar.
Weeseh in Liberia – The Liberian Bob Marley. Watch him get a guitar!

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