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M'Press1Love: I'm Not In It For The Fame, I'm In It For The Inspiration

Berenice Mulubah | August 8, 2015 8:00

M'Press1Love
Liberian reggae artist, M'Press1Love spoke with C Liberia Clearly on the subject of Fame and Money.  The artist expressed her love music and not fame. "I won’t give up my values for money.  I got into the industry with a mindset and modeled myself in a way that will not go with the mainstream image.  My music is conscious music. It's more about spirituality." 


                                                                                            

It was very interesting to hear her speak.  You could hear the passion in her voice as she emphasized her message. "All I want to do is inspire a soul like my role models, Bobby Marley, Etana and Maitta Fahnbulleh.  I want to use my talent to educate, encourage unity and inspire." 


                                                                                             
Etana and M'Press


M'Press talked about her current stage in her musical career, "I’ve slowed down with recording, just doing performances. In May 2015, I dropped a single but right now, I'm just trying to settle in to the United States and adjust to the transition.  I'm looking forward to a full-blast come back by the end of the year."  

For more of M'Press, visit http://mpress1lovemusic.com/

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