Double H, the Lebanese kingof Hott FM 107.9, recently celebrated his 35thbirthday at the Sky Bar on June 21, 2014 during its all black and white affair.
A celebrity from all walks of entertainment, conservatives, and government officials graced the occasion, showing mad love to the birthday boy.
Decked out in a fresh all white and black tailored attire, Double H welcomed those who came out during his b-day bash to celebrate one of Liberia’s top music promoter’s who’s making positive things happen.
“I’m too many things, apart from being part of the Hott FM family, I’m also with Blue Links records and also do Blue Links Promotions. I host at Skybar Thursday nights promoting everything for Liberian entertainment; I’m just trying to do the best for it,” Double H said.
Hazem Harb – that’s his real name – has been doing a lot of work in promoting entertainment alongside his Hott FM family, and said his birthday bash was all about helping Liberian communities and not about him.
‘My B-day bash is something we’re trying to do under the theme of promoting Liberian entertainment. Though we did things like have fun and good times during the party, at the same time we’ll be putting smiles on faces of people in the community of Palah, Brewerville, with the money we made,” he added.
HottFM has surprisingly given back tremendously through “Doing Good in the Hood” and now with their most recent project in the Brewerville community.
“We’ll be building three bathrooms for them. We already started the project but I’m also using my birthday money to give back, and all of the money is going back to this project and also big thanks to Sky Bar management who are also aiding in this project.
Double H has turned 35 and, together with HottFM, they have now developed and expanded their media enterprise by adding a radio sub-station in Ganta; expanding Hott FM’s broadcast to more people.
“It’s a new station we’re trying to develop and so far we started with a community station in Ganta. The second project is going to be in Buchanan, while the third project is going to be in Gbarnga and so on.”
“Everything requires hard work, and I believe in four things in life: the fear God, respect, family – because it’s all about family, and patience. When you get all these things together, everything’s going to happen,” he smiled.
From LIB Life, we wish you a happy birthday as you continue to make a way for the Liberian music industry.