Sanchez told BBN that he was inspired to write the song because of the level of violence currently plaguing Belize and says that he is currently working on new songs with Taprick ,Junie Mar ,and Silas.
Sanchez works at the Port in Mango Creek.
Those that would want to book him for an event can contact him personally at 620 7758.
We wish Sanchez, Avilez and all other Belizean artists the best in their endeavors.
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