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BIG STEVE to RECEIVE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS at THE LIBERIA MUSIC AWARDS

                                                                                       


Liberian music sensation, Big Steve is receiving a Lifetime Achievement Awards.  This Special Merit Award  presented at the Liberia Music Awards, June 14, 2014. 

Stephen Worjloh known as "Big Steve" is one of the major recording artist from Liberia. Born in the later part of the 50s on Capital Hill, Monrovia, onto the union of Madam Gbeh Wreh a prominent Kru Businesswoman and Mr. Isaac Bo-Weith Worjloh. Coming from the Kru Tribe who are effectionally called the "Bibe" which is Kru language means big brother or big sister.

Among the highlights of his career, Steve Performed alongside renown artists such as James Brown, Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, and Toots and the Maytals. Big Steve has enjoyed tremedous success as a musician in Liberia and internationally. His ever popular song "Who Owns Lala" which depict the characters in the popular Liberian Movies Series "Balawa Malawala" made him a household name in Liberia. He has helped in several humanitarian projects to improves the lives of Liberians after the tragic civil war. His songs reflects his belives that, "Music is a universal human language." he said. 

                                                                     

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