The Development Education Network Liberia (DEN-L), has concluded a peace and reconciliation musical show in Gbarnga.
U.S.-based Liberian artist 2C is expected to soon release his new single, “Mr. Mechanic,” along with an official music video in Liberia.
Since the music promotion website came to the scene, it has dominated as the premier online source for Liberian music. Now, Tunes Liberia is gearing up to take the next step – the launch of its first annual music awards in Monrovia.
Whether it’s the level of energy they bring to the stage or the ability to perform exceptionally without the assistance of studio enhancements, these are the five best Liberian Acts worth seeing live.
Hundreds of young people gathered at the Sports Commission on Friday to witness live performances of Liberia’s best young emerging new artists.
On March 3, 2017, Liberian R & B star singer, Quincy L. Borrow, nicknamed Quincy B, died from a car accident, on his way from a KARAOKE night, in Monrovia, Liberia. The artist was pulled out of the damaged vehicle and rush to the JFK Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Along with Quincy B involved in the accident were fellow artists Maurice Terziq Gayflor, nicknamed CIC, Margas Bimba and Feouls Kaba. CIC legs got broken in the accident while there were no injuries for both Margas Bimba and Feouls Kaba.
K Zee Big Name, commonly known as the Gbema King has been around the Liberian music scene for some years.
Miatta Fahnbulleh is a singer-songwriter and activist wrapped up in an elegant yet outspoken package whose music can appeal not only to Liberians but also to other Africans, in addition to the ‘world music’ lovers in the West.