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Sekou Selli Exclusive Photos: Fitness Model Flaunts Six-Pack Abs

Berenice Mulubah | November 23, 2015 6:00AM Sekou Selli Sekou Selli goes topless for his fans, showing off his incredible body to the world.  The fitness model knows the ins and outs of health wellness and has the body to prove it.  He credits his extensive knowledge to his passion for fitness.  Sekou had a passion for fitness as a 11yr old boy running around Camp Johnson road, in Monrovia Liberia, doing push-ups and playing soccer.  He took his passion with him to the United States and later became a United States Marine.  The retired Marine/fitness model has a MBA and currently pursing another degree in physical therapy. Sekou is also running a successful fitness business, training individuals on how to be healthy and live happy, through physical and spiritual fitness.  To learn more about this amazing model, check out his site                                                                Sekou Selli  

Copy Dey Code - Roland Ross ft VIC

Berenice Mulubah | November 20, 2015  C opy Dey Code, a hot new song by lyrical Hipco artists Roland Ross and VIC.  This song is prove that Hipco has substance and it is here to stay. 

F.A. New Song "Desire" Comes With Controversy

Berenice Mulubah | November 11, 2015 6AM F.A’s new song "Desire" is finally here — and it is causing a lot of rave and rant on social media.  From fans tweeting, sharing, buying, downloading and re-posting the song, to friendly rivalry debating that F.A is sporting a Nigerian accent in the song, one thing is for sure, folks are talking about "Desire."  There are few negative backlashes, but most of the social media comments are positive and supportive.   Click to listen

HipCo Artist RawPekin Critized F.A New Song Featuring Nigeria Artist Chidinma

Berenice Mulubah | November 16, 2015 Left to right: Rawpekin and F.A Soul Artist Faquama Anthony Deline, Mr F Dot A released his new song "Desire" featuring Nigerian artist Chidinma at 1PM GMT, on November 16, 2015.  Few hours after the song was released, Hipco artist wrote this statement about the song on his facebook page:  I know Liberian people are coming to Eat me, but I will keep it 100,  I'm not like others, I call it how I see it,,, OK the FA NEW song,  I fuck with FA but I'm not feeling the new Song. The Record Don't Sound ‪#‎ original‬ Maybe is me but am just saying. No hard feelings... Check out the song and let us know what you think.…/desire-single-feat.…/id1058934616


November 12, 2015| 2:00pm  Faquama Anthony Deline, Mr F Dot A F.A popularly known as Mr F Dot A, was born; Faquama Anthony Deline, in Monrovia, Liberia. An experienced performer, F.A. has opened for artistes such as Freddie Jackson, KC & JoJo, Chico Debarge, Cherrell, Donnell Jones, Anthony Hamilton, Too Short, Pimp C (RIP) and collaborated with local artistes in the United States, establishing his fan base in the American-based Liberian community. In 2008 and 2009, he was awarded the prestigious Best Artiste of the Year title, by the Liberian Entertainment Awards, and nominated for Best R&B Artiste by the Liberian Image Awards, his visuals for his latest single, “Always” also has been nominated for Best Video. Although, some categorize his music as Rhythm and Blues, he has coined his own term: Rhythm & Roots which can be described as a sensual mix of Afro Pop, R&B, Soul with melodies that naturally move the body. Like many young Liberians displa

Fifa: Musa Bility rejected as presidential candidate

12 November 2015 Musa Bility Liberia's Musa Bility has been ruled out as a candidate for the Fifa presidency following integrity checks. Football's world governing body has approved five of the presidential candidates, with suspended Uefa boss Michel Platini also not included. The Frenchman could be added should his ban end before February's election. Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, Jerome Champagne, Gianni Infantino, Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa and Tokyo Sexwale have been approved. Bility, the 48-year-old president of the Liberian Football Association, was given a six month ban from all football activities in 2013 for using confidential documents from African football's governing body in a legal challenge against Issa Hayatou. He was involved in a fight against Caf's rule changes to

Liberian wins top prize for fighting rape

November 9, 2015 Abraham Keita A Liberian teenager has been awarded a prestigious international prize for his role in fighting sexual abuse against girls in the West African state. Abraham Keita was only nine years old when he joined a child-led protest in West Point, one of the biggest slums in Liberia's capital, to demand justice for a teenage girl who was sexually abused and brutally murdered by her foster parents. He later became a member of the Children's Parliament, the driving force behind a campaign to enshrine children's rights to education, healthcare and birth registration in law. Liberia's 2012 Children's Law has since been hailed as one of the most comprehensive on the continent by campaigners. "I was inspired to do something by the murder of the girl in West Point and the terrible situation in Liberia for young girls - the victim could have been my sister or a close friend," said Keita, now 17, who was name

C Liberia Clearly Arts and Culture Grant Winner Announced

Berenice Mulubah | November 2, 2015  C Liberia Clearly Arts and Culture Grant was established on August 17, 2015 to encouraged Liberians to promote Liberian arts and culture and encouraged creativity.  The timeline for entry was from August 17, 2015 to October 31, 2015.  The requirement was very plain and simple, you had to be a Liberian artist, submit an original song with a video concept for the song.  Nine artists entered contest but only six qualified.  Four of the artists were disqualified because a video concept was not submitted with their songs.  One of the four artists disqualified is the renowned Hipco artist, Tru Storry.   The six qualified contestants are:  Musulyn Sweetz Myers submitted Sweetz Bitter Acapella Dash Coleman submitted  Love You Mercy FearlessLioness submitted Love Me Trigg submitted Hood Forever 2 Dahai submitted She Say She Wants It Naweh Diggs submitted We Are One  These artists submitted six great songs, unfortunately, only one winne