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Ebuwa Martins: One of Africa's Entertainment Gaint Has His Eyes Fixed On a Liberian Girl

                                                             Berenice Mulubah | July 30, 2015                                                                                       Ebuwa Martins and Angie Valerie Henries   Photos of  Nigerian entertainment giant, Ebuwa Martins and Angie Valerie Henries surfaced on social media recently.  The two lovebirds have intimate photos sending a strong message that a wedding is in the making.  Ebuwa Martins is CEO Ovation TV, one of Nigeria/Africa’s biggest entertainment investments.  Ebuwa expressed his interest in Liberia as a market hub.  Martins is also the brain behind Sound City presence to Liberia; through his efforts Timaya,Wizkid,Jay-Martins, R2bees and several other international artists trooped to Liberia. Ovation TV is expected to launch in Liberia soon.  Ovation, we are told, is expected to partner with top television stations in the country, which will eventually open more entertainment doors. TV presentations, record lab

10 Sexy Liberian Celebrities Rocking Dreadlocks

Berenice Mulubah | July 30, 2015 9:00AM Dreadlock is not a popular hairstyle, it is consider an exotic hairstyle worn mainly by Rastafarian for religious reasons.  Well, that is not true.  Some folks wear dreadlocks for fashion.  Weather it is for religious reasons or fashion, Rastafarian or not, these Liberian celebrities are rocking their locks with style.   Mercy FreeBuju FearlessLioness Royal DeBusta Pain F Dot A Dot Knero KZee Shoana Solomon Robert Blackdiamond Black 1 Roland Ross Samuel Morgan aka Shadow Nassaman  

Actor Eddie S. Watson Jr Independence Day Message

Berenice Mulubah | July 29, 2015 4:00PM Eddie S. Watson Jr "My prayer for Liberia today is that every Liberian home or abroad, leaders or ordinary citizens, should endeavor to work as hard and sincerely as possible to rebuild Liberia. Build what we've never had, re-brand its image and help bring this dear nation back to a place of respect and admiration among the community of nations. This is not a President's Job alone! Every individual action counts. In our homes, work places, amongst our peers, amongst other na ... tionals our every action counts and reflects on Liberia. Think about it. With so much richness in history, culture and tradition, let's not lose our identity any further as years of war and lopsided ideas of urbanization have threaten this identity and nearly pulverized every bit of what were called culture and tradition. Even local languages or dialects, an integral heritage, are now the thing for the villagers. Over 90% or much more of peo

Review: The I Love My Life Event: Is It Worth Your Time?

                                                  Berenice Mulubah | July 26 2015 8:00AM As one of the VIP guest at this year’s I Love My Life event, an annual party thrown every summer for Liberian socialites, I had a grand-ole time. Before updating you on all the greatness, let me bring you up-to-speed on few things that went wrong. According to promotions online, the event was to start at 10pm, I arrived at 11pm and the organizers were in the process of setting up, bad for business.  The co-host, Cypha D'king, showed up two hours into the event and he definitely was not co-hosting.  The Dj played only 5% of Liberian music. There was a red carpet available to take pictures but not a red carpet event hosted.  The night wasn’t a total loss though. The atmosphere was grown and sexy, the organizers were very professional, providing great customers service and mingling with all of their guests.  The food was delicious, the crowd well dressed and mature, bartenders provided a speed

Saran Kaba Jones: Wins MTV Base Leadership Award :MTV Base Africa Awards 2015

                                                             Berenice Mulubah | July 19, 2015 7:30AM Saran Kaba Jones Saran Kaba Jones was awarded the MTV Base Leadership Award for MTV Base Africa Award 2015.  Saran Kaba Jones is an Advisory Board Member, CSAG at UN Women, she is a board member for Young Global Leader at World Economic Forum and she is the founder and CEO of Face Africa. 

The 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards Winners!

                                             Berenice Mulubah | July 19, 2015 5:00AM   Stars of the African and international music industry came out in force tonight in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa for the fifth uplifting edition of the MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal . Saluting and championing African music, youth culture and achievement, MAMA 2015 brought the continent together for a massive celebration contemporary music and creativity, including electrifying performances, collaborations and awards presentations. The MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015 , brought to you by KwaZulu-Natal Province in association with Absolut Vodka and in partnership with The City of Durban , returns to the Durban International Convention Centre (ICC), KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa on Saturday 18 July 2015. The big winners on the night included Nigerian stars Yemi Alade and Davido , who took home the Best Male and Best Female awards, respectively, while hip hop star Cassper N

Rawlo Thinks She's Crazy, Sweetz Thinks He's Annoying, The Couple Gives Us A Look Into Their Relationship

Berenice Mulubah | 7/13/2015 5:00AM  Rawlo Vinobles and Sweetz Myers   Sweetz didn’t experience love at first sight when she met her sweetheart Rawlo, but after few encounters, she knew he was something special.  Two plus years later, they are still moving strong.                                                                         Why She Loves Him: "My whole interaction with him was business.  We met for the first time to discuss business. I left the meeting feeling disappointed.  I couldn't stand him.  I decided not to work with him.  I felt he was very annoying and he didn't have respect for my musical knowledge.  But,  I had to work with him because, he's a brilliant producer.   I was suppose meet him at the studio but he was running late.  He asked me to meet him at his house.  I got to his house and his hair was a hot mess.  I decided to help him out  and braid him up.  While braiding, we shared stories about our lives and things