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Crisopolis wants to "Sive Out" the police force Featured

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Crisopolis has released his popular 'Sive Out' single which criticises the corruption in the police force on the Internet with rave reviews. You can listen to the single at


The artiste said the the song is inspired by a true story involving a car of one of his friends.

"The yute was at the gas pump inna Spanish Town ah clean out the car and have a spliff
inna the door of the car and the Babylon dem look inna the car and see the spliff tail
and decide say dem ah go charge him. Dem ask fi the papers and see say the insurance
was up by a day or two," he explained.

"Then the tiefness bubble buss inna dem head and dem decide say dem a rob the yute of
him car. The yute have three kids fi feed. Dem lock up the yute and not even charge him wid
no crime and then have the man car pon a different location and say dem caan find the car.
Dem a government criminal, anno the first time mi hear people say police rob dem, dem even
rob me already. Mi affi tell the good ones fi hold dem head high and dont mek the bad ones drag dem down."

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