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Most Fashionable Liberian Musicians.

Most musicians severely underestimate the importance of their image. Yes, music is about 'music', but music business success is about a total package that includes music, image and visual stage show among other things that need to be fully developed in a congruent way.  From the outrageous trend to the well groomed trend, there are seven Liberian musicians who has a sense of fashion. They don't just wear it, they own it.  Check them out. 

Maxwell Sandi: His Ghana-must-go outfit made international headline news.  His fashion doesn't have boundaries. 

G-Rize: If it is not red, it is not G-Rize. 

Jon Bricks: The Zama King is colorful, he is not afraid of bright colors.
Munnah aka Lib Princess: Less is better.  Less clothes more skin for her fans.

Saga AP: A little bit of this and a little bit of that. 

Georgee B aka Gbema King: He's all about the leather and African prints combined

Liberian Entertainment Awards 2015 Winners

By Berenice Mulubah

Despite the hail of snow raining down on February 21, 2015, Liberians turned out in great numbers to celebrate their arts and culture and to congratulate these winners.  The winners for the Liberian Entertainment Awards 2015 are:

Togar Howard .. . SONG OF THE YEAR:
They Vex - DenG BEST DJ:
DJ Ant Flahn
Courage Borbor

Frank Artus

Younger Ziama


Bernice Blackie

Roshe Dezign

Gbahtuo in America

YOTAN Liberia

Raw Pekin

Munnah - "Celebration"

BossyDiva Review: Liberian Entertainment Awards 2015 (LEA)

By BossyDiva

Racheal Barway aka BossyDiva I've been involved with the LEA for the last 5years. My intended was to watch my Liberian artists entertain their fans,  but got a fashion displayed. I have a passion for our entertainment industry and strongly believes we have what it takes to go mainstream, with the support of our people.
To my knowledge, the show was well planned, but poorly executed. 1. The welcome party was overcrowded and the DJ played only 1 Liberian song. which didn't resonated well with me. I waited for the next day to see if there was going be a change. First of all, I must applaud my fellow Liberians for showing up in a huge number despite the snow storm, to show their support to our entertainment industry. 2. The red carpet was a disaster, very tacky. The guests took pictures standing on the backdrop of the LEA. 3. Guests and Entertainers were standing confused not knowing where they were to be seated. 4. Some of the Stars were not recognized at the entrance. …

The Maintain Show: Get the Scoop

By Berenice Mulubah

The Maintain Show has taken social media by storm.Every Liberian media page has posted about the show at least more than once. Fieldtrip to the Maintain Show During my visit in Washington DC, Radio personality Talee Supercute, Radio personality LibDiva, actress Dee Jarry and I took a field trip to see how the Show is put together.Not only did I watched a live taping of the show, I also had a one on one chat with the host and producer. Here are five things you didn't know about the Maintain Show. 5. Before the taping of each episode, the team starts with few words of prayer.I was shocked when the producer said with a voice of command, "first thing, let's hold hands and pray," not even caring about our religious background.  She had that look that says, "If you are in this room, you are going to pray." That was fine by me, I'm a spiritual being and it seems that everyone in the room appreciated the prayer.

Lucas Valentino (host) and faienc…

Fatu Gayflor: A Message to My Fans!

The golden voice of Liberia, Princess Fatu Gayflor has been out of the Limelight for a while. Yesterday, during a phone conversation with C Liberia Clearly, the Princess talked about some projects she has been working on and asked that we delivered a special message to her fans. 

"I have been focusing my time on The Liberian Women's Chorus for Change.  The Liberian Women’s Chorus for Change inspires awareness and dialogue about domestic violence and other concerns of the local Liberian community through traditional song and stories. Throughout the spring and summer, we will be performing for Philadelphia’s Liberians at various sites, and networking with local social service agencies and activists to connect people with resources so as to foster individual and community strength and dignity.  We have a two year contract with the Philadelphia Folklore Project, which will be over in October.  After the project is over, I will focus on my music.  I want to do something this yea…

Fay Nelson: A Comedian With A Builder's Mentality

By Berenice Mulubah

When you operate with a builder's mentality, you empower as many people as you can on your way to the top.  That's the mentality Ms. Fay Nelson had when she came up with Liberian Comedy Center.  Liberian Comedy Center is a facebook page promoting Liberian comedians. Within a few months, the page gained 11000 plus fans and growing faster by the minute. "I used to make little fun videos here and there, but I didn't go hard on it until I saw Mary Love and others doing videos.  That motivated me to create Liberian Comedy Central.  Liberians are very good at comedy.  It is my passion to bring Liberian comedians together and put us out there." But first, Fay had to lead from the front,"if you want to start something, you have to get off the ground yourself. I did few more videos, hoping that one of them went viral. I wanted mine to go viral first, to bring the rest together, luckily, one of them did."…

Liberian Movies: Hottest and Sexist Liberian Actors

By Berenice Mulubah

Checkout the hottest Liberian men in the movie industry.  If you can't stand the heat, don't look. These guys are smoking hot. Here are the10 hottest and sexiest Liberian actors who are burning up the movie scenes. 
Albert Capeheart Jose Tolbert Eddie Waston Frank Artus Diezi Dunbar Bill Myers Bobby V. Zoe Montel Swaray E Owusu Dahnsaw Dream Debo