THE MUSIC AND BEYOND: Since Stunna is worth 2million dollars, Is he the richest Liberian Artist?
What’s money? If this question was thrown at a man that’s about to commit suicide because of the extreme poverty he has to bare, he would tearfully tell you that money is life. If it was placed on the table of the religious folks to digest, these people would tell you that money is the root of all evil. I should be in a dilemma and not know which one to believe, but no! I am not.
I heard a hot gist about the Superstar Stunna, and with the news at hand it’s better to say that money is life. But to stretch it with more words for clearer understanding, I would tell you that money is an object or means to measure a man’s importance(worth) on earth, just like what’s happening to the Stunna brand. From the title above you already have a hint on the gist, and that is Stunna is worth 2million united States dollars.
You may be wondering where is that news coming from since we have not seen or heard anything relating to him spending heavy on expensive automobiles, houses, trips like a multimillionaire should. But the gist is that the 2million united States dollars is the price on his head. This reminds you of the transfer season right? Yeah! My football lovers can relate.
Two big records labels are literarily fighting over Stunna rightnow. Rumours have it that one of them is a management company based in Lagos Nigeria, it’s home to Iyanya, Juliet Ibrahim, 9ice, Dj Jimmy Jatt and much more. The management deal from Nigeria seem to be a result of the hit song Stunna and Iyanya cooked up together. Obviously that jam would get any musician a mouth watering deal, after all the video was all over Trace, MTV Base, HipTV for the world to see.
The other deal is a straight arrow all the way from South Africa into the heart of Liberia. If Stunna accepts this deal, I wouldn’t doubt the fact that he would have a collaboration with Nasty C because Nasty C is Signed to this Label. As we all know, Nasty C recently announced owning his own label Tall Racks Records and the only artist signed to that label for now is Cape town born singer Rowlene.
Even with his new path in the entertainment world, Nasty is still a property of Universal Music Group. So this answers it all, it’s actually UMG that’s interested in our boy Stunna. All Stunna fans should pray this doesn’t just stay as a rumour, because with any step made by the “Balance” crooner, it would now be official that Liberian entertainment has finally produced its first millionaire.
To further add, there wouldn’t be an argument over who is the manager of the year? The name Victor George would be a song to sing.
WRITTEN BY: EDWIN MOHAMMED ELIC-JALEIBA [CHIEF EDITOR PLUSLIBERIA]