The National Sixty-Born in the Americas in collaboration with International Institute of Rhode Island, Soccer Rhode Island and Rhode Island Soccer Association have invited 4 famous Liberian musicians to attend a musical festival dubbed ‘diversity-fest.’ According to a spokesperson for the president of the National Sixty Born; Winston P. Karr, Rabbie Nassarah alias Nasseman, Solomon F. Smith alias “Friday the Cell phone Man” and Marie Nyenabo are expected to touch down via Royal Air Maroc at the John F. Kennedy Airport outside New York on Thursday, September 13 at about 5 pm precisely. On Saturday, September 15 the musicians will be hosted to a musical festival alongside other artists from the Caribbean, Sierra-Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and Rhode Island. Venue and admission for this event will be announced in the coming days according to the source. Rabbie Nass born and raised in Monrovia is a Liberian reggae star who goes by the stage name Nasseman. He writes his music...Read more
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