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In a bid to advise people to follow health instructions to contain the spread of COVID-19 in Jayapura, Papuan rapper Epo D’fenomeno collaborated with Jayapura Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Gustav R. Urbinas.
To avoid making his song sound just like another PSA song or jingle, Epo said he wrapped the song in a love theme so that it was relatable to youngsters who had to endure staying away from their romantic partners during the virus outbreak.
The song has gone viral among Indonesian netizens. (Photo Courtesy: Epo D'Fenomeno)
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