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Top 5 Liberian Artists Who Are Focusing On Their Images 

Liberian artists love to measure their progress to artists on the mainstream, but we're blind to the denied demos, poor image choices, and bad business deals that happened before they reached a worldwide stage.

When looking at a lot of top artists throughout history, you begin to see that it wasn't always their talent that slowed their success. 

While numerous factors can go into an artist's gradual rise to the top, it's fun for me, as a branding girl, to see the slight image and branding choices that have helped boost an artist's career. I love watching the growth.  Whether these choices were a creative decision by the artist or a strategic move by the artist's team, there's no denying that they ultimately worked and aided the artist's journey to the top.

Knowledgable musicians know that they’re not just presenting their art for the world, they’re selling a hot-ticket product. The most successful musicians are the ones that stand out and stick in people’s memories—for the right reasons. Imaging is a major part of the branding process.  Image is a representation of the artist.  If your image stands out, you will be remembered. Even though, our music industry is slow and steady, I have seen improvement in some of our artists images.  Few stands out from the rest.  So, without further ado, here are the top 5 artists who are looking like the stars that they are.  

1. DenG


2. Kizzy W


3. Mai Myers 


4. CIC


5. Munnah


There are few more out there, but these five are the top for the chain.  Keep working on your image guys, it plays a role in music business.  

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