Our Poet Highlight for today’s edition features Marcy T. Forpoh, a Liberian Poet, Spoken Word Artist, and Author.

Dreams And Hopes of the Black Ancestors

He is a student at the Stella Maris Polytechnic University in Monrovia. Marcy is the author of the book “Dreams And Hopes of the Black Ancestors”. A book that’s sold on Amazon & Nobel for $15usdOver the years, Marcy has mastered his craft, he is one of the best youths at the Spotlight in Liberian Literature.

He has managed to do a thousand plus Literary work in a few years. The name Marcy was first heard in 2014 when he had his first ever big contract as a teen been a short story writer for the daily observer newspaper. Since then young Marcy has been doing the most by having contracts with both local and foreign groups which includes Lonestar cell MTN as a copywriter, as well as having a contract with a Ghanian base company called “Bloom” as a copywriter as well.

Marcy T. Forpoh

Just recently, he was signed to XL Entertainment and is managed by Zubin Cooper.

In February of this year, Marcy was blessed to have had a lifetime deal with SMS write publishing, LLC agency in the USA and he’s the first ever African and black male author to get such a deal. With his epic performances, Marcy has touched many lives through his style of spoken word poems.

Marcy has won so many writing competitions and was given the stage on July 23 to perform a mind-blowing spoken word poetry at the Miss Liberia Grand finale, he also performed at the kickoff of the Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant as well. So far, he’s been seen as the most branded spoken word artist in our motherland (Liberia).

December of this year, Marcy will be performing at the African Heritage Program in Accra, Ghana. He will have the time to share stage with Sarkodie, Master KG, Shatta Wale, Omar Lay, Darkoo, Black Sherif, etc.

There’s still a lot to be witnessed from this promising young son of the soil that is still unsaid due to his introverted lifestyle.

Plus Liberians we are indeed grateful to have Marcy as part of the culture and society.

Let’s wish him well.

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