In a one-day classical performance by top Liberian turntable maestro DJ blue, ended the first international video mix with success, at the Royal Plus club.
According to DJ Blue, the show was the official launching of the self-sponsored Liberia International Video Mix to be done across the fifteen counties.
He said the show aimed to give the public the opportunity to see some of the artists whose songs are on the video mix performing live.
“I’m going to use funds raised from this show to engage into massive production of the video mix, since the first production is almost out of stock” says DJ Blue.
Fans paid L$200 to enter and received one copy each of the video mix disc free, as appreciation.
DJ Blue told LIB Life last month in an interview that the aim of the video mix disc production is to promote Liberian artists based at home and abroad, to their own people and show what they are doing.
Quincy B, F.A, Soul Fresh, Tan Tan, Ericgeso and a host of big names in the industry rocked the stage with outstanding performances at the show. The event had a full house, with fans from across Monrovia, mostly youth, who turned up for the show.
Quincy B said the show was great and appreciated the level of support given to them by the Liberia people.
A number of fans at the show said they were happy that 2015 began with a good resolution from music promoters and artists, to provide access to live performance of the fans’ favorite artists.
“I’m pleased with the level of support Lberian are are now giving the industry. I hope we can continue patronizing it,” said Enoch Brown, who is a great fan of Soul Fresh.
“Even though the show was great, but the delay in the starting time was very unpleasant,” said Emmanuel Toe, Jr. “For me I respect time and if this continue fans will lose interest in attending these shows.”
However, he said this a good start for the growth of the industry.
“I’m very grateful to the musician, fans and management of the Royal Plus International,” DJ Blue said.