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Jon Bricks and Berenice Mulubah Announces New Record Label "Zama Records International"

Popular HipCo musician, Jon Bricks and the most talked about blogger Berenice Mulubah has officially launched their record label called Zama Records International, registered with the state of North Carolina. The popular musician, who has dropped nothing but hit songs within a decade, made this disclosure in a statement which reads: ‘Today, we are witnessing history. Zama Records International has been given birth to and it is here to change the face of entertainment in Liberia.’ While announcing the establishment of the label, Jon Bricks, who is currently on tour of China, revealed the decision of the company to sign him as its first artist.  According to him, more artistes with vision will be signed on the label. Jon Bricks referred to his partner as the brain behind the label, "I'm the talent, she's the brain.  She deals with all things management.  She understands the business and my flow. That give me room to focus on what I love most, creating music." The Hi…

'Liberian Blogger' Augustina K Monpleh Opens Up About Her Career and Love Life: "I Had Crush on Him Really Hard!"

Berenice Mulubah | 4/20/2015 8:30am





Call her the Boss of Liberian Star View (LSV) and you’ll be absolutely right. A company that is into Entertainment, P.R., Media and Marketing.  Augustina has immensly contributed to the growth of Liberian entertainment industry. In her words, ”I want to make LSV the main source for Liberian Entertainment News. I want to turn my company into an entertainment magazine, get an office in Liberia an do major things for the industry."

C Liberia Clearly: What inspired you to start Liberian Star View?

Augustina: (Laughing).  You won't believe this, it was Takun J.  I had crush on him really hard.  I fell in love with one of his songs 'It's Not Right'.  I said to myself, "I will promote this boy."  At the time, nobody was promoting Liberian artists.  I didn't know I had passion for blogging. I wanted to become an actress.  I started blogging about him and the rest fell into place. 
C Liberia Clearly: What are some of the ch…

Berenice Mulubah Interview with BBC on Rape Prevention in Liberia

On April 10, 2015, Berenice Mulubah was interviewed by BBC on her Spread Your Lappa Against Rape in Liberia campaign.  Check it out.

Justice Gladys K Johnson: "Grand father's are waging war against their Grandchildren."

Berenice Mulubah April 13, 2015 | 7:00

On April 11, 2015 Spread Your Lappa Against Rape in Liberia Awareness campaign kicked off in Philadelphia PA and Trenton New Jersey.  The campaign was scheduled to be held in Monrovia as well.  Unfortunately, because of poor planning, the event didn't happen in Monrovia.
At the forum in Philadelphia, Justice Gladys K Johnsons referred to the rape crisis in Liberia as "Grand father's are waging war against their Grandchildren."
The Motivational Speaker Owen Johnson Tuazama also stressed that WE MUST FIGHT back as a Community because this is a COMMUNITY ISSUE! Among those who attended were author Nvasekie Konneh, socialite Choicy Di, author Perry Mulubah Sr, artist Benji Cavalli, artist Alfani Douki, artist Douk De Lib, Liberian Star View CEO Augustina Kou Monpleh, Abby Tyler,Li and many more.  According to the organizer, Berenice Mulubah, the event on April 11, 2015 was just a wake call for a bigger and massive awareness on the iss…

Owen Johnson Tuazama: A True Humanitarian

Berenice Mulubah | April 2, 2015  6:00am





Top 10 Positive Liberian Facebook Groups

The number of Liberian groups on facebook have grown over the passed three years.  Majority of these groups are dominated by political topics.  There are lots of heated debates that stir up in these groups, sometimes feeling members bitter and hurt. Few of those argues extended beyond facebook and into the courtroom.  On a positive note, there are few groups that are inspiring, entertaining and informational.  Here are the top ten positive Liberian groups on facebook. 


1. I Love Liberian Food: This group is all about celebrating Liberian cuisines.  Members post eye pleasing Liberian dishes daily. The group was created by Berenice Mulubah.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/192511720808650/ 2. This I Remember......Stories From Liberia: This group is a platform for members to share their memories of Liberia.  The group was created by St Clare D. Avery https://www.facebook.com/groups/572362902878125/ 3. End the Silence: This group is home to Liberians on facebook who are dedicated to End…

Great Speech From Nigerian President: Jonathan GoodLuck

Berenice Mulubah | April 1, 2015 7:48