Henry Massaquoi aka Lil Feezy - He is Liberia new and dynamic hardcore Hip-Hop rap artist. He has been sponsored and showcase several times by African Angelz promoter and CEO Mr. Radcliff Mongbeh. Is Lil Feezy really a new kind of Liberia musician that will help change the rap game in Liberia? well find out and watch his new joint ' Bank Roll' it's hot and lyrical. He has proven to be the new kind of Liberia rap artist and promise to joint force with other Liberians musicians to put Liberia (Hipco) on the world map of Hip-Hop music. Please be advised that Lil Feezy style of music is hardcore rap. Please enjoy.
Henry discovered Hip-Hop at the age of (Eight) in the hard streets of Monrovia, Liberia. By November 1, 2004, he moved to the United States as a resident for a better future.
In June 2006, Henry graduated from Franklin Senior High School Stockton, CA, and attended Delta Community College where he major in Criminal justice. Due to his involvement with crimes and other illegal activities, he decided to change his major to Dentistry and moved to Pittsburg, CA for a better education.
Henry started his Rap career in 2008. He was inspired by some of Hip-Hop biggest stars such as Jay-Z, Lil Wayne and Akon. Due to his school and street-smart ability, he was named Lil Feezy by his Psychology Teacher. The name Lil Feezy means Slow but sure. Henry felt in love with the name and decided to use it as his stage name.
After (15) month of consistent hard work and determination, Lil Feezy met with rapper/Producer P.Chase and became part of Pull the plug entertainment organization.
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YAOUNDE (Reuters) - Cameroon banned skipper Samuel Eto'o for 15 matches on Friday and vice-captain Eyong Enoh for two games after they persuaded team mates not to travel to Algeria for a friendly last month.
"Samuel Eto'o, in his role as captain, incited his team mates to refuse to travel to Algeria," the Cameroon football federation (Fecafoot) said on its website (www.fecafootonline.com).
"(The disciplinary council) therefore decides that (he) is suspended for 15 matches from the men's senior national team."
Cameroon's players went on strike in November, forcing the abandonment of the friendly in Algiers, saying they had not received money promised for their appearance in a four-nation tournament in Morocco the previous weekend.
The federation said 30-year-old Eto'o, four-times African Footballer of the Year, could not explain why the players refused to turn out for the national team after Algeria and the Cameroon sports ministry offered a way out of the crisis.
The Algerian football federation had promised to give the Cameroon team 30,000 euros on arrival in Algiers while the ministry despatched 15 million CFA francs for the squad the day before the match was scheduled to take place.
The federation said Eto'o was disrespectful to the sports ministry and the federation, while Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Enoh, 25, "lacked respect for the vice-president of Fecafoot".
Eto'o, who hit the headlines when he signed for Russian Premier League club Anzhi Makhachkala from Inter Milan for a record salary in August, said the latest crisis was the last straw, the federation statement added.
It said Eto'o accused the soccer authorities of incompetence, dishonesty and injustice towards the players who they treated like "kids".
The loss of Eto'o is a huge blow to Cameroon's hopes of qualifying for the 2013 African Nations Cup and 2014 World Cup.
The Nations Cup qualifiers begin on February 28 with a first-round match against Guinea Bissau. Cameroon's first World Cup qualifier will be in June against Democratic Republic of Congo.
Cameroon surprisingly failed to qualify for next year's Nations Cup in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea and new coach Denis Lavagne has just started rebuilding his squad.
In a separate case, Cameroon's Tottenham Hotspur left back Benoit Assou-Ekotto was fined one million CFA francs for failing to join the squad in Marrakesh for the four-nation tournament.
Actress Halima Abubakar, winner of Best Actress Supporting Role, 2011 AfroHollywood Award, UK, spoke with P.M.Entertainment in London about herself, the movie industry and other issues. Of course Sexual harassment in Nollywood. Nollywood is Africa leading movie industry power house producing more movies in a year than Hollywood, but india-Bollywood is the number 1 in the World, winning more movies shoot in a year.
There is this allegation that there is sexual harassment in the movie industry, how true is this?
Of course, there is because immediately I came back 10 years ago, a member of an unprofessional clique calling themselves film producers, tried it with me.
Who is the person?
Do you expect me to mention anybody's name? No, but one of them tried such with me but my god brother, Micky Robson, warned me against the person. Well, I will say I was lucky because I have people who were guiding me.
Was the person pestering you or wanted to do otherwise?
No, but the person insisted that I should come and collect my script at his hotel room and I told him 'do people collect script in hotel rooms?' Another incident was when another guy had an audition for a movie entitled Eagle Bride and asked people to pay N500 each, a lot of people actually paid the money.
Did you pay?
No, I did not pay because he asked me to come and pick mine in a hotel and I wondered why it is me, among hundreds of people, would go to a hotel and pick my script, when I did not even have a dime to pay in the first instance. Anyway, I told Micky and he warned me not to go and I did not.
Do women harass men in Nollywood?
Yes, they do because a lot of confused girls that came into Nollywood lately don't know their bearing as they just came flaunting their bodies and when somebody tries to show interest in them, they cry foul and say that they are being harassed, yet they were the ones harassing the men. They do it because they are not ready to work hard because you can not tell me every man is harassing you sexually, so something must be wrong. Well, I'm an actress and when I am on location I see these things happening and when you try to advise them, they will tell you that they know what they are doing.
So what is the level of Nollywood for now?
We are growing rapidly for now. Nollywood is a big industry that can make the country proud.
How do you see Halima Abubakar in the next 10 years?
My prayer is to be happily married and raise a good family.
When do you hope to get married?
Everything is in God's hand.
Do you have a relationship?
I don't discuss my private life on the pages of newspapers.
Last summer Ziggy Marley and his brothers, Rohan and Robbie travelled to Africa to embark upon an adventure, which has been captured for a new documentary, Marley Africa Roadtrip.
Discovery Channel began airing the 6 episode Marley Africa Road Trip started Saturday 3 December, 2011. click Here to view the complete listing by region.
The series follows them while in South Africa, observing the brothers as they experience life in Johannesburg and travel to remote areas. Africa held Bob Marley spellbound but this film discovers it through his sons' eyes, as they share an exploration, keeping close to the heart of the country, meeting its people and encountering its wildlife. Between adventures on the road they relate the lessons they have learned from their father about family, moral righteousness and revolution.
The series captures their highs and lows with an intimate camera crew, encouraging the trio to film their thoughts, memories, unique humor and frustrations. The three brothers' interaction with new characters and each other is very engaging as they bring a sense of fun, charisma and thought provoking observations. They discuss returning to the land their father loved and seeking not only what had become Bob's dream of a unified Africa, but to find out what they themselves have done with their father's legacy.
In 1980, thirty years before the brother's trip, their father Bob Marley performed at the Independence Concert in Zimbabwe. Ziggy was with him on that trip and it is something that he reflects on regularly, "One of my most memorable moments was being in Zimbabwe in 1980 with my father. It was life changing for me and it shaped my thoughts of Africa and knowledge of African struggles. What we're trying to do is keep one of the dreams that my father and the forefathers of African liberation had in mind, which is for real African unity", Ziggy said.
While on the trip Ziggy was motivated by the prospect of performing with African musicians and the series finale sees him planning and performing a concert in Soweto. The documentary will feature Ziggy teaching local musicians to play his own as well as his father's music and rehearsing for the spontaneous performance with new musicians, in record time. While on the trip Ziggy said "We are trying to perform a concert, for free, in Soweto because I want to show my respect to Soweto and the struggle. We are trying to do it on our own, guerilla style. Reggae music is free music. Like my father said nobody has ownership on it. It's like oxygen, like the wind, like the rain".
The six-hour series, due to air on Discovery World on November 2nd, is produced and directed by acclaimed documentary maker, David Alexanian. Alexanian and his production company, Elixir Films, were behind Ewan McGregor's unforgettable motorcycle trips across the world in the popular series' "Long Way Round" and "Long Way Down". Alexanian said "The documentary will provide viewers with an intriguing look into a legendary musical family". The series is also being distributed by Arc Entertainment and will be aired in the US and other territories in the coming months.
Ziggy Marley, who is currently on tour in the USA, also recently released a new album, Wild and Free. He is a five-time Grammy winner and reggae icon, whose last Children's Album, Family Time, won the Grammy for Best Musical Album for Children. Rohan Marley is an entrepreneur and philanthropist, whose company, Marley Coffee, offers gourmet ital coffee to major gourmet food distributors worldwide. Robbie Marley is a motorcycle stunt rider who has appeared in several major motion pictures, and also owns a retail store in Miami, Florida.
For information about the project visit www.marleyafricaroadtrip.com
For more information about Ziggy Marley visit www.ziggymarley.com
For more information about Elixir Films visit www.elixirfilms.com
SOUFERIOR- He is the 'Greatness', the slogan referred to him by his strong and talented rap lyrical style. 'African Prince' is the title of Souferior new music video. He can't destroy his Enemy (if him have one) by his tongue. He is the champ of the new AFRICAN HIP-HOP. His movement 'the GREATNESS' is about his talents and dedication that will enable him to put African Hip-Hop on the World map. His latest album Pul Na Do also featured his first hit single with the same title 'Pul Na Do'.
And also Souferior is a member of 'Da Immigrantz' African dynamic Hip-Hop group based in California, the group released their first club and hot single 'To The Top'.
Soufian Kamara also known as Souferior was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, December 1st, 1983. He second to last of seven siblings. It was upon Souferior arrival that his parents realized his strong personality and they soon recognized him as a talented child. Souferior has a captivating personality; charismatic, smart, funny, brave, intelligent, charming, and sensitive. Having traveled across the world and lived overseas, he has acquired an understanding and appreciation for other cultures.
Souferior's travels have given him a greater respect for life, music, culture and people. He has gained a worldly perspective that you can only get by broadening your horizons. Growning up in Freetown, Sierra Leone Souferior witness and experience the long ongoing Rebel War that affected so many Sierra Leoneans. The war which was classified as a Genocide has affected Souferior's role in the music world.
His ability to share his horrific experience through his music has captured millions of listeners across the world.