Berenice Mulubah, J Flow, Faithvonic, continue to tell Liberia’s story through arts.

Original creativity isn’t always popular or accepted immediately, it is something that flows from the soul that isn’t borrow. It may become accepted by many and therefore become popular, or it may be way ahead of it’s time.

These three females are ahead of their time. Their creations are freaking original and beautiful, but are being market to a generation who are looking outside themselves to find the gold. Their admiration won’t come any time soon, because it is going to take enlighten Liberians to appreciate their works, but it will come.

While the people are still trying to learn themselves, still looking outside themselves for validation, anything that is truly Liberian, they will undervalued and ignored. But, one day, when the sky settled and the giants awake, these girls works will be among the ones that shine the light on the spot which Liberia sits on the map. We are freaking creative and awesome. I know true arts when I see it.

Berenice Mulubah writes these encouraging words on her social media account

Facebook Comments
James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login