Yeshua Alexander Releases New Single “Covid Shot”

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As the debate over COVID, vaccine mandates continue to shake up many households. Some of your favorite celebrities like Busta Rhymes are railing against COVID lockdowns and wearing a mask. “F**k your mask…Stop trying to take our civil liberties away…Energy is important,” is what the 49-year-old rapper expressed on stage at Seoul Tacos in St. Louis (MO).

However, artists such as Yeshua Alexander (@yeshuaalexander)  are singing a different tune regarding COVID vaccine protocols. Seeking to reach the unvaccinated Covid community, multi-genre artist Yeshua Alexander has dropped his new single entitled “Covid Shot” with a message of hope and inclusion.  

“Covid Shot” seeks to speak to all communities that are reluctant to get their vaccine. “I have lost some close friends to the virus, and I have seen a lot of my friends and Neighbors not wanting to get their vaccine either through fear or misinformation,” Yeshua Alexander said, “I thought this song might be something that could help get the message out.”

The Cameroonian American-Bamiléké recording artist continues to cook-up some certified bangers ever since he linked up with music-producer Tommy Stoner (@tommyston3r). His most recent music videos “Born Guilty” feat Lil Boosie and “Hate” have generated over 500,000 views.

On May 2021, Yeshua released 11 incredible albums from 11 different genres.  The Atlanta  rapper also revealed that he would be releasing two more singles; “Tell Me Lies” featuring Tony Michael (@trilltonymichael) and “My Time” featuring Lil Uzi Vert (@liluzivert). Be on the lookout for these two upcoming singles.

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