Monrovia- A popular Liberian Gospel musician is set to officially release eight tracked music video.
On the December 8 later this year at the historical Providence Baptist Church in Monrovia at 3:00 PM, Liberia’s princess for contemporary gospel music, Bernice Blackie, will officially release an eight tracked music video of her hit album “You Na Do It Again.”
The launching program is expected to also feature the chubby dark-skinned songstress in a live musical concert alongside the popular Lakpazee Mass Choir.
Contrary to the age that has made playback performances the performing style of many musical artists; Bernice has informed FrontPage Africa that all her stage performances at the concert will be live.
The program will also feature top gospel singers in Liberia including Pastor Clarke Dorteh, Vivian Akoto, Vow 2 Praise, Sisters of Destiny, Christ Ambassadors, Harbella Brown, and the famous Philadelphia Dance Group, amongst others.
This official video release will mark Bernice’s third staged concert in Liberia. Her debut concert was held at the Monrovia Christian fellowship Center on December 15, 2011; while her second appearance was on September 18, 2012 in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.
The two concerts brought together countless number of supporters, fans and well-wishers who are still eager to see another of such program from their favorite singer.
The upcoming third launching ceremony promises to be another crowd pulling event as fans and supporters of the gospel singer have already started purchasing tickets.
Tickets to the program are presently on sale at points such as Power FM, Love FM located at 10th street, Sinkor, Radio Advent located at the Old Road, and the University of Liberia main campus at Panaj Restaurant.
Fans have expressed their excitement for the pending concert, terming it as the program of the year.
“Bernice has inspired my entire household through her songs. She is a role model to young people in Liberia and the elderly as well. I haven’t seen her in real life and this launching ceremony will afford me the opportunity to do so. I believe that her launching program is the event of the year because this will be the first time for my entire family to attend such a program in Liberia,” Cecelia Yekerson, one of Bernice’s stronger supporters told FPA.
Mohammed Kamara of Jacob’s Town suburb of Monrovia, a dedicated Muslim also believes that Bernice is not only a gift to the Christian community, but to the entire human race.
“It is very hard for me to listen to Christian songs.” Says Mohammed, “but from the first day that I heard Bernice sings I don’t know what happened…but it was just like the song was made for me.”
Mohammed has never attended a church ceremony before. But, according to him, the launching of Bernice’s music video will mark his first trip to the house of God.
The debut of Bernice Blackie on the Liberian gospel music stage has reshaped the entire musical concept of Liberia; thus setting the pace for improvement and quality production amongst her counterparts.
Her debut hit track on the Liberian air waves is the song “Crucifixion” on which she featured Eddie Wade. The song was shortly outweighed by her two hit singles “U Na Do It Again” and “Father’s love.”
She reinforced these two songs with two videos which have been replayed countless times on Liberian television networks. But fans and supporters have never been satisfied by those two videos, thus requesting for more.
Now, after three months of planning and prayer, the stage is set for Bernice to give her fans what they have long requested. According to her, she will not only satisfy her fans but wish to use this program to touch the lives of young people who are in the ghettos; a goal that brought her into the musical field.