G-Rize is out with a brand new visual for his new hit track 'Show Me That'. 'Show Me That' is from his upcoming album 'Masterpiece.' The song was produced by Bigg Timee and video directed by HG2.
27 November 2016
The C Liberia Clearly fan club volunteered their time to give back to the Liberian entertainment community. One November 27, 2016, the fan club gave Royal Plus, one of the most popular entertainment spot in Monrovia, a make over for the Christmas holiday. The owner and frequent customers were very grateful for the service. They expressed their gratitude on social media. "Entertainment is all about giving back...and your best...big thanks to Berenice Cliberiaclearlyblog Mulubah
for job well done....To all liberia entertainers , talking too much
on Facebook can't change anything for us...work hard for the industry
and moreover Brand yourself good." Prince, Royal Plus CEO
27 November 2016
Former CNN journalist Jeff Koinange was hosting Miguna Miguna and Esther Passaris on his programme when the comments were made.
A political television show in Kenya has been dropped after a male guest made a rape remark about a female guest.
A political television show in Kenya has been dropped after a male guest made a rape remark about a female guest.
The show, hosted by former CNN journalist Jeff Koinange, had Miguna
Miguna and Esther Passaris as guests - both of whom are contenders for
the Nairobi governor seat.
Mr Miguna said "Esther is so beautiful everybody wants to rape her", in an off-air personal attack.
"You are chasing men all over, nobody wants you," he continued, the BBC reported. "You think you're beautiful, you are not. Esther is just colour. Without colour you are nothing."
"A woman who has absolutely no integrity. A socialite bimbo whose
only claim to fame is because she is looking for billionaire s…
26 November 2016
I remember hearing his name as a kid in Liberia. Cuba's former president Fidel Castro, one of the world's longest-serving, has died aged 90.
His younger brother and successor as president Raul Castro announced the news on state television.
toppled the government in 1959, introducing a Communist revolution. He
defied the US for decades, surviving many assassination plots.
His supporters said he had given Cuba back to the people. Critics saw him as a dictator.
A determined voice, Mrs. Karen Koukou Twaglee, CEO & Founder of PDS Self-Esteem IMAGE Campaign, spoke with C Liberia Clearly on racism and social injustices. 1)I do follow your updates on social media. I've observed that you are very passionate and vocal when it comes to racism and the Black Lives Matter movement. What is your drive and why are you so involved? As a change agent and global citizen, I am passionate about all social and racial injustices and inequality that exist in our world, not just the Black Lives Matter movement, hence the reason I was moved to start my non-profit organization, The Power to Do Something five years ago, which focus is to educate and empower and inspire underprivileged girls, women, and orphans in Africa, beginning with Liberia. Black Lives matter and my daily #TellingOurStory social media posts are just another dimension to me activating my power to do something in contributing to the change that I want to s…
After a long awaited return to Liberia, ExxonMobil started drilling at
the deepwater Mesurado-1 exploration well earlier this week, according
to partner Canadian Overseas Petroleum Ltd. (COPL). Map of Liberia, from COPL.
COPL, along with ExxonMobil E&P Liberia, an affiliate of
ExxonMobil, spudded Mesurado-1 on 22 November 2016, using Seadrill's West Saturn drillship.
The well is about 50mi offshore Liberia on Block LB-13 in some 2500m
water depth, and is targeting oil in Late Cretaceous sands. Block LB-13
comprises more than 2500sq km and is in water depths ranging from
250-10,000ft. The Block is 18mi off Liberia’s central coast.
Mesurado-1 is the first well operated by ExxonMobil offshore Liberia.
With an estimated cost of US$120 million, the Mesurando-1 well’s
primary goal is to prove a commercial quantity of hydrocarbons in the
Cretaceous Santonianage reservoirs. Mesurando-1 is also expected to
provide calibration for the seismic response, which the JV can…
11/21/2016 by Milton Klechee Check out photos from the new Liberian market "The OMEGA MARKET", located in Paynesville. This market was built for market sellers to leave the streets and have a better place to sell, but they have refused. The market is empty, with no one selling in it. This is one major development for the sellers of Red Light to take advantage but everybody wants to sell on the streets.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony shocked the 2016 Latin Grammy Awards audience on Thursday when they took the stage together and debuted their single "Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta," which they followed with a sweet smooch!
J.Lo took it back to her roots by revisiting Spanish-language music
with the help of none other than her superstar ex-husband who is being
honored on the big night as The Latin Recording Academy's Person of the
The two totally rocked the stage together, causing the crowd to go absolutely wild while continuously shouting, "Beso!"
Their new single is a remake of the famous Argentinian duo, Pimpinela's
song. Interestingly enough, the message is about a lover who is asking
her ex to forget about her—about her name, her face, her home—as she has
learned to live without him, and she is moving on.
performance, J.Lo presented her ex-husband with the Person of the Year
Award, plopping a big kiss right on his lips, sendin…
11/10/2016 by Berenice Mulubah
Its has being confirmed that Hon. Eugene Fallah Kpakah is dead. Hon. Kpakah was the representative for district #1(Foyah district) in Lofa County. According to reports , he died this morning in India. The promising political force in the lower house was recently flown
to India a bone marrow operation. His condition became critical and
went in coma for three days.
In one of the most surreal political races our America has ever seen,
Republican Donald Trump edged out a victory over Democratic candidate
Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States of
The battle between the two candidates divided our country unlike any
race we've seen in recent history. Donald Trump,
businessman-turned-politician, ran a brutal campaign against the
establishment and shocked pollsters who repeatedly shot down hopes that
the Republicans would regain control of the White House.
the long election night, financial markets across the globe plummeted
as Trump gained ground with wins in key battleground states. As polls
closed and results were announced from east to west, the race remained
closely contested. It was hours after the final polls closed before
Donald Trump was declared the winner. Trump will take office in January with Congress expected to be fully under Republican control.
Some of Music City's bi…
Trump delivers victory speech: I will be president for all Americans
1 Hour Ago | 02:06 Donald John Trump
will be the 45th president of the United States, capping a historic and
boisterous run by an outsider who captured a loyal following across a
swath of America fed up with establishment politics, the news media and
His success was only part of a larger, crushing victory for the Republican Party, which retained the House and appeared poised to maintain Senate control.
The brash New York
businessman will win at least 270 electoral votes, according to NBC News
projections, and will take his Republican ticket to the White House in
January. Trump had trailed Democrat Hillary Clinton
in polling averages for nearly the entire election cycle, but he bucked
One of Africa's most famous news and gossip writers, Linda Ikeji, just launched her very own social network,
which she says hit 50,000 sign-ups on the first day.
Linda Ikeji, a former model from Lagos, Nigeria, says her social network, LIS (Linda Ikeji Social) has something others lack: a one-stop shop for everything online. Bravo to one of my favorite bloggers.
11/6/2016 by Berenice Mulubah 2C hot new joint, "Hard Labor," featuring Friday the Cellphone Man, got leaked few hours ago. Bad, bad, bad, I wonder who leaked it? I asked the artist, who claimed not to have any ideal how it got out. On a positive note, 2C shamed critics with this tracked. He has been criticized for not singing songs that represents his Liberian root. Let's just say, this track is pure cane juice song. Check it out below. LISTEN HERE
Al Johnson was amused by rumors of him being a closeted homosexual.
The CEO of LIB Muzik addressed gossip of him having sexual relations with his business partner, James Smith.
“I have slept with too many Liberian girls to be called gay. There is no gay individuals in the LIB Muzik camp. We are all straight and into women. I love and respect the gay community, but I am not on that team. Rumor of me being gay is disrespectful and insulting,” he told C Liberia Clearly during an interview. Al dismissed the rumors as just Liberian talk and gossip.
Al Johnson is the father to two boys. He was married to actress Sarah Paige Johnson, from the BET TV show, the Game. The CEO/Manager is currently dating Liberian talk show host, Brenda Smith.
Washington, DC: The
US-based Liberian infectious diseases scientist, Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan,
has been awarded the “Lifetime Achievement Award in Science Research”
in Medicine by the Victor E. Ward Educational Fund at its 16thAnnual Crystal Award Gala which was held under the theme, “The Enabling Power of Science and Technology.”
“I am pleased to inform you that you
have been chosen as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award in
Science Research at the Ward Fund’s 16th Annual Crystal Award Gala. The
Ward Educational Fund is pleased to present you with this award because
of your outstanding commitment to science, particularly in the field of
medicine with emphasis on infectious diseases,” said the Award Committee
to Dr. Nyan in its communication from Ms. Vickie Ward who serves as
During the Award presentation, the
Committee also recognized the personal struggles, determination, and
perseverance of Dr. Nyan who was expelled from the University of Liberia
11/5/2016 by Berenice Mulubah
Did you listen to Hott Fm 107.9 Liberia's interview with Berenice Mulubah? Hope you did, you can check out the link below. There was a lot discussed. Of course, your controversial blogger had a lot to say and the fans had their reaction to the interview. Check out what Shining Man from the group Soul Fresh had to say about this interview.
"I enjoyed you on air yesterday ooo. My favorite part was when you said the artists need to understand the music business. Very good point. Most artists just doing music but they don't understand the game. Music is business, so we need to understand the business side of it." Shinning Man from SoulFresh
11/5/2016 by Berenice Mulubah
A sneak peak into D12 new song 'Give Me Love' has fans waiting in excitement. The music video for the song is currently being shot in Miami. The song was produced by Nigerian producer Master Kraft and video directed by another Nigerian heavy hitter, Patrick Elis. Though a release date for the video has not yet been announced, the fans are still hype about the video. To tide fans over until the video debuts, D12 has released these
A Mirai botnet was used to flood the target with fake traffic and cripple its servers.By Hyacinth Mascarenhas November 4, 2016 05:54 GMT The same deadly malware behind the historic internet outage in the US
in October seems to have been used to target the African nation of
Liberia over the past week through a series of short attacks,
temporarily taking the country offline . IT security researcher Kevin
Beaumont wrote on Thursday (3 November)
that these were distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. They
harnessed a network of compromised computers to create a Mirai botnet,
which was designed to flood its target with fake traffic and cripple its
In October, a massive botnet powered by the Mirai
malware targeted DNS provider Dyn to take down a portion of the internet
in the US and parts of Europe, preventing users from accessing multiple
major websites including Twitter, Netflix, Reddit and others. Beaumont
said that the same cyberweapon was used to temporarily ta…
The United States (US)
government has begun a deportation exercise of Liberians. The first
batch of about 20 people landed in Monrovia, Liberia’s capital, on
Persons been brought back to the west African country are
classified as “undesirable” because they have committed various crimes
or offences. By the end of the exercise, between 100 and 200 will be
deported, the BBC’s correspondent reports.
Speaking on public radio station, Liberia’s ambassador to
the US, Jeremiah Solunteh, disclosed that 53 of those to be deported
have already “been processed” and are awaiting deportation.
Incidentally, whiles some are being brought home, tens of
thousands of others are rushing to meet a November 7 deadline for
partaking in the annual US government’s diversity visa lottery – the
lotto gives no…
By: Berenice Mulubah | November 3, 2016
Ok guys, let's not pretend like we are not seeing this soap opera between Flex and Al Johnson. One second, Flex is rocking with his ex-manager, Al Johnson; they are flying to Atlanta, meeting Al's connections in the American music industry and bamm, the next second, Flex is no more rocking with Al, and he is getting signed with Gproductionmuzik / KONVIC. Now, we all know that's Al Johnson territory, he's always bragging about his connections in Konvic. So, what is it? Did Flex realized that he didn't need a third party and left Al Johnson by the road side, to do it on his own? Well, Al took it like a champ, he just moved right on to the next talented artist available, D12. Flex, Flex, Flex, are you becoming the bad boy of Liberian music industry? First you threatens a blogger on social media, then you dumped your manager, what's next for you? Could your hit song, "Holy Ghost Fire the Demons," be about the…
By Berenice Mulubah | November 2, 2016
Oh My Gosh!!! Mary Love almost gives her fans a heart attack when she
played King Gucci for Halloween. The Rated R languages was a shocker
and completely out of the normal for Liberia's sweetheart, Mary Love.
Check out the video.
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They are all outstanding talents and acts, and as a result has risen to
international stardom. We look at the Africans who have won the world’s
most prestigious music award.
6) Tinariwen (1 Grammy)
This band of Tuareg musicians from the northern region of Mali was
formed in 1979 in Tamanrassset, Algeria. Their first public attraction
outside the Sahara came in 2001 with the release of The Radio Tisdas
Sessions, and with performances at Festival au Desert in Mali. They won
the Grammy award for Best World Music Album at the 54th Grammy Awards,
in 2011 with their fifth album, Tassili.
5) Youssou N’Dour (1 Grammy)
He is the man of many caps. Singer, percussionist, songwriter,
composer, occasional actor, businessman and a politician, Youssou N’Dour
is of Senegalese origin. He toured internationally for thirty years,
winning his first Grammy Award for Best Contemporary World Music Album,
He was Senegal’s Minister of Tourism and Culture from April 2012 to
Press Release Minneapolis, MN - October 31, 2016, Put
your dancing shoes on as you are sure to need them. Togar Howard has
released his newest and most dynamic song to date. “Fantasy”, deftly
produced by D12, has a tempo that is sure to make you tap your toes
straight out of your seat and onto the dance floor. To
show his appreciation to his fans, Howard has decided to release
“Fantasy” as a free download for a limited time. Afterwards the song
will be offered for sale on iTunes, Amazon and other digital platforms. “Fantasy” is a track from Howard’s forthcoming sophomore album I Am. About Togar Howard Liberia
born, Cote d'IVoire raised and Minnesota based singer/songwriter,
dancer, and choreographer Togar (Noovou) Howard debuted as an artist in
2014. Before launching his solo career, he was a dancer sharing the
stage with several noteworthy musical artists. While capable of
performing many genres, Howard has chosen to root himself in Afropop, a
blend of traditional Af…
In an unprecedented move, MMMG co-owner and artiste Iyanya has jumped ship to join the Don Jazzy-led Mavin Records.
There have been reports of a rift within the ranks of the Made Men Music Group. Emma Nyra had
left amid increasing controversy and Iyanya had been rumoured to be
setting up a label solely owned by him after falling out with Ubi Franklin.