Liberian singer CIC collaborates with Nigerian afropop artist and rapper Dremo on the electric hit “Dahtor.” This song is an exciting musical experience that spans borders, drawing influence from Liberian broken English, where “Dahtor” alludes to a “Boss Man” in society.

CIC brilliantly shows his love for chilling in “Dahtor,” depicting himself as the sought-after figure with whom everyone wants to hang out owing to his heightened status as the “Boss Man.” The song has an intensity that will have listeners swaying to the catchy beats and reveling in the celebration of the good life.

Since 2013, CIC, who was born in the township of Brewerville, Virginia, Montserrado, Liberia, has been a driving force in the music industry. With back-to-back singles like “Shoutout” featuring Christoph The Change, Chiller Coolnanee, and Casimoney, “John Buttay” featuring F. A., “Advice,” “Hello” ft. JoeyB, “Weekend” featuring Iyanya, and “Big Papa,” CIC has become a household name in the Liberian entertainment scene.

Dremo, a well-known Nigerian singer, rapper, and songwriter, has established himself in the very competitive music industry. Dremo’s distinct style and talent have gained him acclaim from fans and critics alike, thanks to a string of popular tunes and collaborations.

We are thrilled to be working on ‘Dahtor,” says CIC. “This song represents the synergy between our cultures, and we hope that it brings joy and unity to our fans.”


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