5 October 2017

Liberia: What's Hot - Concerts, Squashed Beef and 'Generational Change'

Scientific to perform at AFRIMMA; Co. Z and Christoph settle beef; Kizzy W returns in concert

Award winning rapper Scientific will be performing at this year's African Muzik Magazine awards (AFRIMMA) alongside top rated African acts including Sarkodie and Tiwa Savage.

AFRIMMA is one of Africa's biggest entertainment awards and music festival in the Diaspora.

Scientific, now in US, will kick off his tour with performances scheduled for October 8.

Co. Z, and Christoph settle beef

Co. Z and Christoph pose for photo yesterday after settling the peace

The feud between Co.Z and Christoph will forever be remembered as the nasty beef in Liberia's striving music industry, with the rappers trading insults. It was not an ordinary beef; it was a personal war between two old friends trying to show their lyrical strength.

Despite calls for peace, neither was willing to let go of the beef. But after a year, the two old friends have reconciled their differences, which happened yesterday.

In a Facebook post Co.Z said: "Liberian people we have come together. Nobody believed that we would be bold enough but we know that unification is what we need in our country at this time."

Kizzy W

Kizzy W and Kobazzie in concerts this week

Two of the nation's finest Afropop artists, Kizzy W and Kobazzie, will be in concert live this weekend. The artists' - who have just returned from abroad, welcome back concerts are expected to be graced by top rated acts as well. Kobazzie's concert will go down live at Royal Plus, while Kizzy W's will be at Destiny Entertainment Center.

F.A returns will hot single


One-time hit maker F.A seems to be back after more than a year's sabbatical from the music industry. Although his reason for that break remains unknown, F.A now returns with another hot one titled 'Generational Change.' The song comes, with just five days to the elections, to encourage youth to vote wisely.



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