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Laud (Boy Stif) kicks Off “Go there” $1000 Dance competition

Multi-talented Ghanaian dancehall and Afro beat artist, Laud A.K.A Boy Stif, who is signed to Status Quo Music Company in the states has officially kick start his “Go There” $1000 Dance competition. The competition which is powered by Status Quo Company and Niggaz With Enjaillement in France seeks to find the best dancer or dancers […]

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IMG-20160224-WA0000Multi-talented Ghanaian dancehall and Afro beat artist, Laud A.K.A Boy Stif, who is signed to Status Quo Music Company in the states has officially kick start his “Go There” $1000 Dance competition.

The competition which is powered by Status Quo Company and Niggaz With Enjaillement in France seeks to find the best dancer or dancers who can put together an impressive choreography for Laud’s hit single “Go There”

To win all one has to do is dance to his latest hit single “Go There” and upload it on social media with the hashtag #Go There” or email it to [email protected] .
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> Now at the end of the competition which will only last one week the management of the label will select the best dancer or dancers and award them with $1000. Winner will be determined by the number of likes and comments.

This competition is a global competition so it doesn’t matter where you are located in the world, all you have to do is to record a video of you dancing to the song “Go there” and upload to the email [email protected]  or hashtag and Video will be uploaded to Niggaz With enjaillement Facebook and Instagram  page respectively
And you could win $1000 cash
Download the song and have fun as you record your dance video.

Kindly follow Laud on twitter @233boystiff  and download and click the link to download “Go There” by Laud aka Boy Stif by Laud aka Boy Stif #np on

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