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My Liberian People, Say It Do It

 Guys, it is very important that we keep our promises. If you can't follow through with your promise, let it be known as soon as possible, but don't just become nonchalant. As a society, we need to do better. We have lost our values along the way and just don't take accountability for what we say and do. Obviously, we as humans are not perfect beings, but it is ridiculous to see that even those who are followers of Christ within our society, don't keep their words and don't care how their actions affect the ones they made promises to. Keep this in mind: But whoever keeps his word, in him truly the love of God is perfected. By this we may know that we are in him. (1 John 2:5) 

Liberian Star Skoolboy Wizzy Signs With C Liberia Clearly Records

Liberian musician Skoolboy Wizzy  Liberian rapper and Afropop singer Winston Jackson, who over the past years built a burgeoning career under the name Skoolboy Wizzy by releasing independently recorded tunes on online streaming services, has signed a major-label deal with C Liberia Clearly Records (CLC).  C Liberia Clearly Records is responsible for “all aspects of his brand,” according to their statement, including the release and distribution of his music, social media and even touring. “It’s going to be an extension of what we’ve being doing for years,” CLC ceo Berenice Mulubah said in the news release. “But now we can narrow our focus and be more effective and impactful.” 

Liberia Music Industry: The Rise of Female Record Labels

C Liberia Clearly Records CEO Berenice Mulubah On Average, artists and songwriters visualize males when they think of producers or of those in senior creative positions. There are less female artists winning awards, getting booked or securing major collaborations with their counterparts. With a slim chance of hope, few females within the Liberian Music Industry are fighting to change the status quo. In 2018, Mz Menneh ran a gender equality campaign for few artists. Pillz initiated an all female cypher.   Berenice Mulubah, CEO of C Liberia Clearly Records, is the first female within the Liberian music industry to own a record label. In 2015, the retired blogger and radio host launched Zama Records, co-partnering with her ex Jon Bricks, who was also the first and only artist of the label. After the two spilt, Berenice Mulubah walked away from the label in good faith. The CEO who is one of the pioneers of the Liberian blogging industry, is back with a new record label, named af

Joey Nicz: A Rising Star From Philadelphia

Joey NicZ   Self Provoked, hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has been working his way to stardomb, posting some of his first music to the web in 2017. He recently lighted up the Liberian Entertainment Awards stage with an amazing performance, followed by a live interview on Fox Morning The Q.  Check out his performance during the Liberian Entertainment Awards below. 

Pitty D'Best Returns With 7 Songs EP "The One"

Pitty D'Best 'The One'   On April 19, 2019, Pitty D'Best from No Bad Day Entertainment Records debut his newest project, a seven songs EP called "The One". The EP speaks on Self Respect, Self Love and Self Discipline. My personal favorite is Injection. It is a well put together piece, from lyric to vocal, beat and arrangement. According to the artist, "this is not a come back, because I never left, this is a return from a vacation." Cool. 

Liberia: Local musician initiates peace concert (James Coco Chea)

James Coco Chea   Veteran Liberian musician James Coco Chea, Head of Harmonizers Entertainment Group Inc. Top Liberian female musical star thrills residents of S. K. D. community By Emmanuel Mondaye The United Nations Mission In Liberia or UNMIL has since left Liberia, but consolidating the peace here rests on the shoulders of all well-meaning Liberians. It is against this backdrop that a veteran Liberian musician James Coco Chea, and other local artists embark on community for peace and security campaign thru music, to consciencetize residents about the need to maintain peace and security. Mr. Chea, brain behind the advocacy, says he decided to undertake the exercise to remind fellow Liberians about the collective responsibility to maintaining peace and security fought for by the regional body ECOWAS, in collaboration with UNMIL. He says they intend to take peace and security messages to every community in Montserrado County, especially, at the time when mob violence

Liberia: Rep. Adolph Lawrence, 1 Other Die in Crash on RIA Highway; 3 Others Critically Injured

Monrovia – Representative Adolph Lawrence (Independent, District # 15 Montserrado County, a former Chair of the House Committee on Lands, Natural Resources and Environment has died. The lawmaker died in a tragic motor accident early Monday morning near the Tower Hill Community off the Robertsfield Highway. The late Mr. Lawrence was on his way from the celebration of his 50th birthday at the home of his wife, Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence (Liberty Party, Grand Bassa County) in Buchanan. Eyewitnesses told FrontPage Africa that truck carrying timber lost control of its breaks and rolled into Rep. Lawrence’s jeep, killing him and a lady who was in the front passenger seat of his car. Three others who were in the back seat are said to be responding to treatment. It took the police and rescuers several hours to remove his body from the car. Inspector General of Police Patrick Sudue earlier told FrontPageAfrica, “The body is stuck in the car and it is nearly impossible to

Highlights: DR Congo Qualify For AFCON With 1-0 Win Over Liberia

Liberia vs Congo DR Congo gave Liberia the boot on March 24, 2019. Cedric Bakambu scored the game's only goal as DR Congo beat Liberia, 1-0, to take second place in Group G and qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations. 

Top 3 Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 Performances (Videos)

Yung Muse at Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 The Liberian Entertainment Awards wrapped up its 11th year on Mar. 16, and we asked top music experts to pick their favorite performances. Watch the three most memorable performances from this year's LEA below. #3 Skoolboy Wizzy  #2 Lortonio  #1 Yung Muse 

Liberian Music: Yung Muse Sets Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 on Fire During Performance

Yung Muse Live at Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 Yung Muse made jaws dropped and seats hot as he gave a killer performance at the 2019 Liberian Entertainment Awards. His choreography was on point as usual, his fashion was fab and his command out the crowd was overwhelming. Check out his astonishing performance below.     

Liberian Music: Lortonio Left An Impression on Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 Audience

Lortonio at Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 Lortonio is new on the block, as in less than five years in the music game, but her stage presence has the rating of a seasoned performer. She stole the hearts of the Liberian entertainment awards goers during her remarkable performance. She has been rated by many as the second best performance of the night. Check out Lortonio as she owns the LEA stage. 

Liberian Music: Skoolboy Wizzy Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 Outstanding Performance

Skoolboy Wizzy live at Liberian entertainment awards 2019 From the choreography to his stage presence, you could tell that Skoolboy Wizzy put a lot of creative thought and effort into his performance.  He is not #1 or #2 of greatest performance of the night, but he is definitely in the top three. This is my second time seeing the artist performed, and yes, I was definitely looking for to his performance. I can gladly state, I was not disappointed. Checkout a snippet of his performance below. 

Liberian music: Joemade Scott Talks First Liberian Entertainment Awards Experience

  Liberian blogger Joemade Scott Every year, Liberian Entertainment Awards (LEA) receives tremendous amount of criticism, but that has not stop the LEA from seen new faces every year. This year, a new wave of Liberian entertainers were in the building for the first time, including Joemade Scott, Lydia Freeman, Benita Urey, Michelle Doe, Roda Scarlett, and many more. We spend some time with Joemade, getting to know a little about her first LEA experience. Check out her words below.  It was my first time experiencing the award ceremony segment of the LEA. I was that individual who only went to the after party. Initially I was impressed by the hard work and teamwork that was going on behind the scenes when I showed up for rehearsal. The LEA staff was professional, courteous and knowledgeable. I was also impressed that they provided a customer service hotline for any questions. And the icing on the cake for me was the valet service at the award ceremony. I was concern

Liberian Music: Pitty D'Best "Gold Digger" Visual

Pitty D'Best Pitty D'Best new record label is wasting no time. The artist who just got signed to No Bad Day records, has already released his first project with the label. Check out the visual to his new song "Gold Digger".

Fatu Gayflor to Receive Liberian Entertainment Award's 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award

Fatu Gayflor received LEA Lifetime Achievement Award During his 40-plus-year career, Fatu Gayflor led a number of key victories for the Liberian Music industry.   In recognition of her contributions to the music industry, the Liberian Entertainment Awards (LEA) awarded its 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award to Fatu Gayflor. Fatu's career in the music industry spanned more than four decades, during which she successfully represented Liberian music internationally. Fatu Gayflor is a leading advocate against Domestic Violence. In 2013, Fatu co-founded and became the artistic director of the Liberian Women’s Chorus for Change, an ensemble of highly-accomplished Liberian women singers, dancers and songwriters, all based in Philadelphia. Fatu has been honored with a Leeway Foundation Transformation Award (2013) and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts (2014). In 2015, she was artist-in-residence at Brandeis University’s Creativity, Arts and Social Transformation program,

Liberian DJ "Theo" of Hott FM Dies March 19th

DJ Theo Liberia March is becoming a sad month for the Liberian Entertainment Industry. Two years ago, on March 3rd, Quincy B passed in a fatal car crash. Today, the popular Disc jockey, Theophilus Davies, popularly known as Dj Theo, has been reported dead. The award winning DJ died after a brief illness on Tuesday, March 19. DJ Theo worked with Hott Fm, Paper Fish Bar & Grill and Angler’s Bar & Grill. We are still waiting on more details. Rest in peace, DJ Theo. 

Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019: Full list of winners

Liberian Entertainment Awards 2019 Liberian Entertainment Awards was held this year in Washington DC, at the Howard Theater, on March 16th.   Bucky Raw walked away with Best Hipco Artist and Artist of the Year. Kobazzie won the Song of the Year Award for his song 'Bounce'. Check out the winners below : BEST DJ DJ 2Much (Philadelphia) DJ Nelly (Liberia) DJ Shine D’Beast (Georgia) DJ Theo (Liberia) DJ Yung T (Minnesota) BEST MODEL Aminata Jajua Candace Sayonkon Nancy Norkeh Natasha G. Smith Samphemia Greene BEST ARTIST Bucky Raw Christoph The Change Mai Myers Mz Menneh Tamba Hali BEST COMEDIAN Angel Michael Darlington Curtis Don Worry Fay Nelson LIB Jalloh BEST FILM Brown Sugar Fatima Providence The Wrong Woman Ungrateful Husband BEST FASHION DESIGNER Aryea Kolubah Korto Momolu Monsio Couture Tay Gaye (Modisch) Telfar Clemens BEST HIPCO ARTIST: Bucky Raw

Liberia: Stunna "For Life" Video Graded

Stunna "For Life" video Stunna just dropped the visual for his hit song "For Life", starring the queen of airwaves, DJ Master Queen. The creative concept of the video is romantic. The casting was perfect, no better individual to play that role, Master Queen played a very realistic and convincing role. You can see that the scripted was well-written, the concept of the video is clear, the imagery is concise and action very easily understood. Good picture quality, lighting and exposure are perfect, but the color balance, I'm not too impressed with. Good shot composition and staging. High quality audio with clean, clear lyrics and music throughout the video. I definitely love the dialect lines thrown in it. From a scale of 1 to 10, I give this video a 9.5.  Check it out and let me know what you think. 

Liberia: Mai Myers "Done" Video

Mai Myers "Done" 

Liberia police charge son of ex-leader in banknote scandal

MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) - Liberian police on Monday formally charged the 61-year-old son of the country's former president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, in connection with the unlawful overprinting of local currency worth millions of U.S. dollars. Separately, police also opened an investigation into the death of a central bank official. According to the charge sheet shared with The Associated Press by police, Charles Sirleaf and others, including former Central Bank governor Milton Weeks, face a multitude of charges, including economic sabotage, the misuse of public money and criminal conspiracy. The men, arrested Thursday, have been taken to Monrovia Central Prison pending their court appearance. Lawyers for the accused did not publicly comment about the charges. Their arrests came after a government report and a separate U.S.-commissioned report pointed to the mishandling of billions of Liberian dollars in local banknotes. According to the U.S.-backed report, Liberia

Liberian music: Flex Got Hot New Tattoo and It's Patriotic

Flex Flex went all out to prove his love for Liberia by adding a new ink to his body. Yes, Flex has a new tattoo and it is very patriotic. Check it out and let us know what you think. 

Liberian Music: Dickson "Marry Me" (Video)

Dickson  Music sensation, Dickson just dropped the visual to his new song "Marry Me". Check it out below and let us know what you think. 

Quincy B Memorial Service: In pictures

Family and friends remember Quincy B Family, friends, fans and celebrities gather on the 2nd of March in honored of a falling musician. Quincy B, who died in a fatal car crash in 2017, was remembered by his love ones during an emotional public memorial service that featured performances by fellow entertainers and eulogies by family and friends. 

Liberia: Kobazzie "Bounce" Remix Davido Gets Mixed Reviews

Kobazzie and Davido   Kobazzie just dropped the most anticipated remix to Bounce, featuring Davido, and the reviews from fans are 50/50 thumbs up and downs down. Unlike most Liberian songs when featuring an international artist, Davido did not outshined Kobazzie on the remix. His verse was shorter like it should be, a little weaker like it should be, giving Kobazzie all of the shine. I'm sure Davido could have gone harder, and stronger on his verse, but I believe that he was more interested in supporting Kobazzie than to out do him on his own track. That is a boss move, a superstar move and role model move. I am all for it. Both versions of the song are amazing. The original is better to some than others, the remix is better to some than others, and for some, including myself, the qualities are the same, and most importantly, Davido did not outshine Kobazzie. That is gracefully and I dig that. Check out the song and let us know what you think.   

Liberia: Faithvonic Speaks on "Abstinence" In Her Latest Visual

Faithvonic Faithvonic just dropped the visual for her hot new single, "Abstinence". In the song, she addressed the issue of HIV and unprotected sex. Check out this powerful song below: 

Liberia: 10 Shocking Secrets About Bucky Raw

Bucky Raw How well do you know award winning Hipco artist Bucky Raw? Did you know:  1. Bucky Raw was born behind city hall, in Monrovia, Liberia?  2. Bucky Raw left Liberia at 8yrs old?  3. Bucky is #4 out of 6 kids?  4. Bucky Raw is from Nimba but don't like swallowing GB?  5. Bucky Raw is also a very talented Voice Impressionist?  6. Bucky Raw admires Lucky Bucky talent?  7. Bucky Raw favorite color is red?  8. Bucky Raw favorite brand is Nike?  9. Bucky Raw dream car is Lamborghini?  10. Bucky Raw can't play any sport?  If you answer yes to all these questions, you are a true fan of Bucky Raw. 

5 New Liberian Artists To Watch In 2019

Milton Klechee If confident, we can say that 2018 was an amazing your for the Liberian music industry. Bucky Raw, CIC, Kobazzie, Menneh, Mai Myers, Faithvonic, Pillz and many more, brought the heat. Without a doubt, they definitely will be bringing a wave of volcano. There is also few new voices crawling their way to the top, to include C Liberia Clearly Records very own, Milton Klechee.  These artists have unique sounds. Here is our list of the ones to watch out for in 2019; 1. Milton Klechee  2. Dickson  3. Legal  4. J Flow 5. J Zyno

Liberia: Comedian Paul Flomo Makes Fun of MC Caro's Makeup

MC Caro MC Caro, who usually dresses like a tom boy, posted a photo today with freshly done makeup, and Paul Flomo had a lot to say about her makeup. Check out his post be low and let us know if he crossed the line or it is just plain old comedy. 

5 Liberian Music Videos on Youtube with Over Million Views

FA FA's hit song  "Desire" is the highest viewed Liberian song on Youtube. The music video has over 2 million views, following next is DenG, Flex, Evon Karweh, Ericgeso and Joseph Dean. Check out the list below.   

Kizzy W Wins Tunes Liberia Award 2019 Producer of the Year: Celebrates a School of the Blind

Kizzy W visits School of the Blind Kizzy W unselfishly took his celebration to the school of the blind and shared his experience with the kids.  On February 23, 2019, Tunes Liberia awarded Kizzy W as Producer of the Year. The singer, songwriter and producer, immediately headed to the School of the Blind to share his happiness where needed most.   

Legendary Hipco Artist Takun J Recieves Tunes Liberia Prestigious Award

Takun J Jonathan Koffa widely known as Takun J, was honored with a Legendary award at the 2nd annual Tunes Liberia Awards, on Februrary 23, 2019. Takun J is one of the backbones of mainstream hipco music and a voice for the voiceless. His music focuses on social and political issues. Congrats to the king.

Who Did It Best: Liberian Celebrities Tub Pose Face off

Rachael Dahn, Mai Myers, Faithvonic Another day, another entertaining topic!  Scroll through to see stars such as Rachael Dahn Libdiva , Mai Myers , and Faithvonic posing in a tub. You decide: who did it best?

Jussie Smollett Looks Cute in Mugshot Released By Chicago Police - Click link to see

 Police in Chicago has released the mugshot of Jussie Smollett hours after the actor was arrested for allegedly lying to police about being the victim of a homophobic attack. The 36-year-old “Empire” star is dressed in a black puffer jacket and looks weary in the photo. He turned himself to the police today around 5 a.m. local time. A bail hearing has been set for this afternoon. Smollett, who is gay, claims he was the victim of a violent racial assault on January 29 in which two attackers shouted racist and homophobic slurs, poured liquid substance believed to be bleach on him and threw a rope around his neck. Jussie Smollett mugshot 

Liberia: Opposition Parties Make History As United Front

Joseph Boakai, Charles Brumskine, Benoni Urey, and Alexander Cummings sign Memorandum of Understanding Four powerful political parties in Liberia today signed a Memorandum of Understanding agreeing to come together under one umbrella  competing against the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change.   Mr. Joseph Nyumah Boakai of the former ruling Unity Party, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine of the Liberty Party, Mr. Benoni Urey, of the All Liberia Party and Mr. Alexander B. Cummings of the Alternative National Congress all took turns signing this unusual MOU. Mr. Urey is the forerunner of this unit. “Today Liberia is once again making history. Over the year we have heard the clarion call from Liberians both at home and abroad and also the call from our international partners of the need for the opposition to unite,” Mr. Urey declared. “Today, we are signing a document that begins the process of the unity we have been craving for years. We have decided to put Liberia first

Liberia: J Flow Debuts Hot New Look

Liberian singer J Flow Legend Musik artist "J Flow" posted a photo of her fresh new cut with the caption, " “Strategy is about making choices, trade-offs; it’s about deliberately choosing to be different. The New Me." Check it out below: 

Representative Kolubah Accuses Speaker Chambers of Being Bias

Representative Yekeh Kolubah On 20th February, Rep. Yekeh Kolubah accused Speaker Bhofal Chambers of undermining his concerns and using his authority to suppress the Montserrado County District #10 Rep.  During an interview on "50-50", a local talk show hosted on Sky FM, Rep. Kolubah today his audience that  his concerns are not getting necessary attention, which deny him from fully representing his district. According to Kolubah, Speaker Chambers agenda of the House doesn't includes any of his concerns and the Speaker also refuses to recognize him when he has a point to make in session. He believes that the lack of respect for the House from members of the public results from the way the House is being conducted by Speaker Chambers. He cautions that Liberians will hold lawmakers responsible for not proceeding the right way and for their failure to tell the president where he is going wrong. The Montserrado Rep. threatens to apply his legal authority since he