Liberian Singer J Slught is Fastly Becoming A superstar in the Music Industry

Liberian Singer J Slught is Fastly Becoming A superstar in the Music Industry

The year 2020 has no doubt witnessed the rise of so many talented singers, slowly dominating the music industry. With every month, comes a hit song from these fast-rising stars who seem to have developed a spirit of healthy competition amongst themselves even with the fact that they get little or nothing from their craft.

Talented Beevonne Recordz singer, J Slught has snagged an award at the 2020 Liberia Entertainment Awards as the new artiste of the year. This happens to be his first ever LEA award.

J Slught has proven to be one artiste that puts in time and just watch his works speak for him. This is J Slught’s second time wining the New Artiste of the year award as he also won it at Tunes Liberia Music Award (TLMA).

J Slught also bagged the album of the year at the just concluded MLMA which was held at the Ministerial Complex in November for his “HOME & BEYOND EP. The EP is a body of work that has 10 Tracks.

The tracks vary from Afro, RnB, Afro Soul and Club bangers. The album was released in May and ever since then it has been doing well both locally and internationally and got recognition from international media personalities. One of the songs on the album tagged “No Money” was featured on BBC and was also play listed on major streaming platforms.

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