Liberia’s RNB, Afropop, and Afrobeat artiste, Lourell Andymark George, known by his stage name as Stunna, is aiming to popularise Liberian music in Ghana and other African countries.
Stunna has gained traction in African music circles after his superb outing on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 1Xtra show with DJ Edu last month.
According to the sensational vocalist, he wants to push Liberian music to an international level and has embarked on a series of tours on the African continent and Europe to be able to accomplish the mission.
”I want Liberian music to be followed just like how Ghanaian and Nigerian music are gaining traction around the world. My primary goal is to make Liberian music better and explore it on an international level so that everyone will get glued to Liberian culture and entertainment.
”My appearance on the BBC has set the pace to showcase Liberian culture on the international stage,” he said.
The RNB hitmaker is a leading member of Aeg Group and a managing partner of the 50/50 Entertainment record label, headed by CEO Pumpaye, a record label that has been doing extremely well in branding and shifting the perspective of Liberian music to an international level.
He has received massive commendation from Ghanaian-Netherland artiste, Smallgod, who described Stunna as the next biggest music star from Liberia.
Stunna has been one of Liberia’s trending musicians and has won several accolades such as RNB Artist of the Year 2018 (Tunes Liberia), MLMA Afropop Artist of the Year 2020, and MLMA Video of the Year 2021.
He has numerous hit songs to his credit including ”Baby o”, ”Mr. Right’, and ”For Life” with his latest track ”Green Light” also making waves across the continent.