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Liberia's Best Female Singers of the 21th Century

These beautiful nightingales of Liberia are gifted and hardworking.  They have proven over the years to have vocal power and amazing ranges. They can hit the high and low notes.  Most importantly, these ladies are committed to their career.  They are professionals. 

                                                                    
                                                  Musulyn Myers also known as “Sweetz”
She made her marked on  MTN Project Fame Season 5 as the last and only non-Nigerian standing at the finale and hasn't stop since. 


                                                           Munnah also Known as Lib Princess
Munnah is a powerful vocalist but she is also the most controversial Liberian artist.  She keeps the scene interesting.
                                                                            
                                            Leona Moore also Known as Lady Mouthphy
Lady Mouthphy who recently relocated to the United States of America, is currently trying out for America's Got Talent.

Bernice Blackie
She is the young, energetic and spiritual. Bernice Blackie has won over seven awards. 
 
                                          Mercy Zoe Sambola known as M’press1Love
She is all about Reggae/Lovers Rock/Dancehall singer and the only female doing this genre of music in Liberia currently.

                                     Kanvee Adams, she is the golden voice of Liberian gospel  music.

                                           Avenette Sirleaf known as Queen V: What can we say, the Jue is Bad.

                            Matu Saye: An amazing gospel vocalist.  She is very low key, not in the media often but powerful mentally and spiritually.
                                                     Scarlet White; A bad rapper to the bone.

                                Snoti Jappah is an singer and songwriter.  She has a beautiful voice.

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