Thomas Dobson commonly known on the radio as DJBeansgutt started djing in Philadelphia in 2013. Beansgutt a name that captures the attention of his listeners at the mention his name is solely committed to promoting Liberian music. DjBeansgutt recently began working with the Libwebradio team as a radio personality in January of 2015. His show “Lib Ay Waste” airs every Friday, Saturday, and Sundays. The show interviews Liberian Artist and give the fans a chance to known the Artist personally. DjBeansgutts zeal and motivation for Liberian music comes second to none. In the words of DjBeansgutt….”when the beans na done don’t eat eh”….
Gibson, Jr. CKA BOB “Q” Too Creative was born unto the union of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gibson. He was born on October 2, 1990.
Abraham attended the Cathedral Catholic School from K-1 to the 9thgrade when he and his mother and sister moved to the USA in September of 2008. He was President of his class of 07 and 08. He became the Financial Secretary of the Student Council Government of the school’s student body. He was always an honored student and received Certificates of Excellence.
While he was in Liberia, he and other youths formed themselves into a group called the Black Street Boys and was later changed to the Good Boys Company which motto became “Love One Another.” He was the Secretary General and later was voted as President. While President, he formed the organization into two parts, the Music Department and Sports Department. He brought into focus the aim and objection of the organization which is, to bring all youths of Liberia to promote Love and Respect for one another and also work toward success.
In 2004 when the organization was founded, one of his friends, Tunue Kollie, brought the idea of writing and singing Gospel Music. He joined his friend in the act of the composing and singing of Gospel Music. The Music work didn’t go well with them due to finance. But with God, Almighty, on their side, in 2008, he recorded a single called Holy Ghost Fire which he featured Albert Fayiah CKA D Peace. The single was recorded by Thomas Holder CKA TOM at his LNS Studios in New Hope, Paynesville. Abraham was inspired by various artists including G. Cyrus Townsend, Mc Pacular, Israel Siah, and Lucky Dube.
In December 2008, he attended the Keystone Job Corps Center where he obtained his Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and High School Diploma (Penn Foster High) in Drums, PA. While Abraham was there, he was given many awards including, CNA Student of the Month, Career Success Standard student of the Month, Excellence in Leadership, Advanced Leadership Award, Dorm student of the Month, Level five (5) student, and was also a Keystone Cougar Newsletter reporter.
He graduated from the Job Corps in November 2009. He is now attending Delaware County Community College where and he is pursuing his major in Natural Science.
With Love Respect,
Abraham S. Gibson, Jr
Andrew H. Kuieh who is knew as DJ HONEY in other words is mostly call DJ HONEY was born in Liberia Live in the USA a deejay who love Liberian music and is a strong promoter of Liberian music who will never stop until he see Liberian music go world wide..
DJ Honey is the presenter and producer of the LIBERIA MUSIC PROMOTION SHOW every wenesday.
Founder & CEO of Libweb Radio, a non-profit online music & talk station focused on 100% Liberian music, with the goal of reaching fans in the U.S. and around world—while reflecting the culture and heritage of Liberia. Born in Lofa County, Liberia, Kaifa was always entranced by entertainment.
At Jimmy Jolocon High School, he managed its campus talent group and on the side, served as Manager of Liberian rap group T.O.P. He also launched a recording studio in Monrovia, Liberia and has released two albums via his KYRECORDS.
After relocating to the U.S. in 2007, Yamah attended the Art Institute of Atlanta, majoring in Audio Production, where he further expanded his savvy in the music and entertainment business. He also graduated from the American Broadcasting School.
Douk De Lib is the stage name of Alvin S. Kpou. Alvin S. Kpou was born in Jacob Town, Monrovia unto the union of Mr. Soeh and Miss Lorhn on May 28, 1986. Alvin was separated from his father at age 4 due to the Liberian Civil war. Being raised by a single mother, she tried her best to keep Alvin and his brothers busy with church choir and singing activities. During the Liberian civil war, Alvin liv..ed in Ghanta, Seklepie, and Kwendin Nimba county. Alvin Later relocated to Ivory coast with his brother Calvin. Alvin later moved to Ghana and lived in Nungua, Accra, Ghana for 5 years. After which he relocated to UpperDarby Pennsylvania to be united with his father 16 years later. The name Douk De Lib was derived from the Ivorian decale legend Douk Saga. Douk started studio recording in March, 2011 with the release of his first single party Time. He then went on to do a song with Hipco artist Tru Storry called Fire burning( a song dedicated to the five liberians killed by Ghana police). After several studio recording, Douk dropped the single that gave him recognition in his Liberian community (Unity Song) which got air play on radio lib, Libwebradio, New Liberian fm, and Love fm in Liberia. Douk recently joined the Libwebradio team as Host of the show “Liberian Music Forum“. Douk is also President and Co-Founder of Youth For Development in Progress Inc(Y.F.D.P). A non profit solely committed to the development of Liberia. Under his supervision as President, Y.F.D.P has successfully shipped school supplies to Pleebo High School in Maryland County and has also Built a hand pump in Gbosn, a village in GrandBassa County.