DenG Apologies to fans for this statement "Doing music is a waste of time."
DenG on set of his new music video.
Within less than a day, after Liberia's most popular artist DenG posted on social media that he was quitting the music industry, he posted this statement on his facebook page apologizing to his fans. "Wow!!!! I sincerely apologize to all of my fans around the world for
calling my passion which is music "a total waste of time". I am truly
sorry for saying that.... "Yor please forgive me ohhhh". I'm grateful
Mama Liberia. Hmmmm! So Liberian people really love and care about their
own this much???? Wow!!!! I am so proud, shocked, amazed and deeply
impressed by the amount of comments, posts, phone calls and messages in
my inbox lately. LIBERIA SHALL RISE AGAIN! DenG is not quitting. DenG is
here to stay! LIB MUSIC ON MY MIND WHOLE DAY, ALL DAY! #RESPECT#" DenG
The artist is expected to drop a new video soon. Some are calling his prior comment about quitting a publicity stunt.
The success of Bucky Raw's latest album 'Cs2' is taking over the internet. The Trapco king Album gained the #1 spot on iTunes World Music chart. One of Africa's biggest music producer, Don Jazzy has joined in on the celebration. He gave Bucky Raw a shout out recently on his Instagram. Congrats Bucky.
out these hot songs for an awesome Liberian wedding. From the first
dance to the grand march, these Liberian songs will set the mood just
right for a wedding night of good time and celebration.
Kizzy W - Wait Nah: Perfect for a first dance on your wedding day
You With Love by Joseph Dean, KZee and Marvelous MC is already a
popular song in Liberian weddings, perfect to march into the your
Mistake by Friday the Cellphone Man: A wedding is not a Liberian
wedding without a grand march and this is the perfect song for a grand
by DenG: After the formality, it's time to party, this is a dance song
and it's about love, a man bragging about the love he has for his
Slow it Down by Benji Cavallia: A love song that you can dance to, a man bragging that he will do anything for his love.
The rumor is true. Speaking with Liberian musician Stunna management this morning, it has being confirmed that Stunna and his team are negotiating with Universal Music to take on the artist. His team did not confirmed the exact amount, because negotiation is still in process, but it has been said that $1million was the first offer.
The global company's main rival is Temple Music, home to Nigeria's Iyana, who has worked with the Liberian artist in the past. But with Universal reportedly offering more than $1m for a six-year contract, it seem like Stunna is leaning towards Universal Music.