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Liberia Music Industry: The Rise of Female Record Labels

On Average, artists and songwriters visualize males when they think of producers or of those in senior creative positions. There are less female artists winning awards, getting booked or securing major collaborations with their counterparts. With a slim chance of hope, few females within the Liberian Music Industry are fighting to change the status quo. In 2018, Mz Menneh ran a gender equality campaign for few artists. Pillz initiated an all female cypher.   Berenice Mulubah, CEO of C Liberia Clearly Records, is the first female within the Liberian music industry to own a record label. In 2015, the retired blogger and radio host launched Zama Records, co-partnering with her ex Jon Bricks, who was also the first and only artist of the label. After the two spilt, Berenice Mulubah walked away from the label in good faith. The CEO who is one of the pioneers of the Liberian blogging industry, is back with a new record label, named after her blog, “C Liberia Clearly”. Presently, there are on…

Joey Nicz: A Rising Star From Philadelphia

Self Provoked, hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has been working his way to stardomb, posting some of his first music to the web in 2017. He recently lighted up the Liberian Entertainment Awards stage with an amazing performance, followed by a live interview on Fox Morning The Q.  Check out his performance during the Liberian Entertainment Awards below. 

Pitty D'Best Returns With 7 Songs EP "The One"

On April 19, 2019, Pitty D'Best from No Bad Day Entertainment Records debut his newest project, a seven songs EP called "The One". The EP speaks on Self Respect, Self Love and Self Discipline. My personal favorite is Injection. It is a well put together piece, from lyric to vocal, beat and arrangement. According to the artist, "this is not a come back, because I never left, this is a return from a vacation." Cool.

Liberia: Local musician initiates peace concert (James Coco Chea)

  Veteran Liberian musician James Coco Chea, Head of Harmonizers Entertainment Group Inc.
Top Liberian female musical star thrills residents of S. K. D. community


By Emmanuel Mondaye


The United Nations Mission In Liberia or UNMIL has since left Liberia, but consolidating the peace here rests on the shoulders of all well-meaning Liberians. It is against this backdrop that a veteran Liberian musician James Coco Chea, and other local artists embark on community for peace and security campaign thru music, to consciencetize residents about the need to maintain peace and security.
Mr. Chea, brain behind the advocacy, says he decided to undertake the exercise to remind fellow Liberians about the collective responsibility to maintaining peace and security fought for by the regional body ECOWAS, in collaboration with UNMIL.
He says they intend to take peace and security messages to every community in Montserrado County, especially, at the time when mob violence and lawlessness are reawakene…

Liberia: Rep. Adolph Lawrence, 1 Other Die in Crash on RIA Highway; 3 Others Critically Injured

Monrovia – Representative Adolph Lawrence (Independent, District # 15 Montserrado County, a former Chair of the House Committee on Lands, Natural Resources and Environment has died.

The lawmaker died in a tragic motor accident early Monday morning near the Tower Hill Community off the Robertsfield Highway.


The late Mr. Lawrence was on his way from the celebration of his 50th birthday at the home of his wife, Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence (Liberty Party, Grand Bassa County) in Buchanan.
Eyewitnesses told FrontPage Africa that truck carrying timber lost control of its breaks and rolled into Rep. Lawrence’s jeep, killing him and a lady who was in the front passenger seat of his car. Three others who were in the back seat are said to be responding to treatment.
It took the police and rescuers several hours to remove his body from the car. Inspector General of Police Patrick Sudue earlier told FrontPageAfrica, “The body is stuck in the car and it is nearly impossible to take him out of …

Highlights: DR Congo Qualify For AFCON With 1-0 Win Over Liberia

DR Congo gave Liberia the boot on March 24, 2019. Cedric Bakambu scored the game's only goal as DR Congo beat Liberia, 1-0, to take second place in Group G and qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations.