FAARROW, formed by singer/songwriter duo, Iman and Siham Hashi, were born in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Fleeing their homes to escape civil war, the sisters and their family relocated to Toronto, Canada as Refugees. Early into their teens the sisters identified their music ability but told no one for fear of
the cultural taboo. When they finally made the decision to pursue a music career, they moved to Atlanta, Georgia to begin their journey.
In Atlanta, the sisters began recording and within six short months, caught the attention of Universal Motown. After sometime at the label and no debut, they decided it was time to move on (figuratively and literally). Iman and Siham then made the move to Los Angeles as free agents. Wasting no time, they were back in the studio crafting a new sound. Iman, meaning ‘FAITH’ and Siham, meaning 'ARROW’ gives light to their name, FAARROW.
Their music has evolved into a drum heavy fusion of World, Hip hop and Pop music. The sisters have recently inked a deal with WARNER BROS RECORDS and are working with their producer + partner Elijah Kelley on their major debut album! Iman and Siham also serve as U.N. Spokes People with the U.N. Refugee Agency and are actively involved with humanitarian efforts for organizations alike.
Liberian born and California Bay-area rapper Feezy YF drops his new hit single “Flexing On Them,” and soon to be released on BET, according to his record label.
Henry Massaquoi aka Feezy YF, which stands for Young Famz, is a dynamic hardcore Hip-Hop rap artist and an emerging Liberia’s Hip-Co musician. He has been sponsored and showcased several times by African Angelz promoter and CEO Mr. Radcliff Mongbeh. “Feezy is a new kind of Liberian musician that will help change the rap game in Liberia,” his friends discussed Feezy’s potential moves.
In addition, Feezy has proven to be the new kind of Liberian rap artist. He promise to join forces with other Liberians' musicians to put Liberia (Hipco) on the World map of Hip-Hop music.
Please be advised that Feezy’s 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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Ladies. Skales asked of you to ask you man if they are for real. In Skales new hit single, “I am For Real,” he confirmed to be for real. Well, whatever that means, but the song is off the hook. And the lyrics are well organized.
Shakes real name Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter.
Left: Meshach Williams, Liberian California Bay-area artist exposed his talent at the new America’s Got Talent. Meshach Williams performed his new single “Hold Up” with Faze Jones.
Liberia’s finest and untouchable California’s Bay-area performer, Meshach Williams aka P.Chase, debuts his hit single “Hold Up” on America's Got Talent, San Francisco’s released episode.
P. Chase stands for paper Chase. “I am about the paper, Green money,” P. Chase stated.
P.Chase aka Meshach Williams is the CEO and founder of Plug The Plug Entertainment (plugtheplugent.com), an entertainment business that involves everything from music videos shoot and video vixen chicks to commercial videos and comedy clips.
P.Chase was a former member of a Liberian all star rap group, Da Plugs, from California's Bay-area. But P.Chase and Feezy, one of the members of the group split. And both P.Chase and Feezy teamed up and founded a two-man group that soon became known as Plug. However, P.Chase and Feezy split, and both of them went solo.
P.Chase performed his hit single “HoldUp” on America’s Got Talent with Faze Jones, who is an artist under P.Chase’s records. P.Chase confirmed that he might be on the release of the episode. And if that were to happen, he will be the first Liberian artist to be spotlighted on America’s Got Talent.
February 16, 1993, P. Chase moved from Liberia during the civil war to America for a better life. Hauling from the tough streets of California, many obstacles motivated him to rap about life experiences in his music.
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Two-year old Arch Junior is already making a name for himself as a house DJ who is mastering his spinning skills. The toddler was awarded a bursary to study the Soul Candi 101 course with Boston Media House College recently.
His father, Glen Hlogwane said he realised his son had an ear for music at an early age.
Hlongwane told Pulseradio.net that Arch Junior started mixing on his iPad with the use of a vinyl app. He added his son had already mastered a few skills.
"I think he has mastered his timing towards his music, when to fade out and bring it back whilst hitting the effect button, he also loves messing around with the bass as well, turning it on and off, all done with perfect timing as if he was long in the industry, now he is able to switch on his own machines, put CD's in and start DJing, so he has learnt a lot for someone his age."
Arch is becoming something of a social media sensation - he has 4000 likes on his official Facebook page and is followed by renowned DJs such as Cleo, Fresh and Merlon on Instagram. He has also put down five tracks for his mix tape.