‘Turning Up’ the Beat

first_imgDetermined to constantly challenge himself and introduce a ground-breaking single before the competition gets any more competitive, Neoh William Kparsuah, famously known as Ne-oh William, is sky rocketing as a most ‘featured’ and hardworking artist.Because of that, he has been nominated in this year’s Liberian Music Awards as ‘Dancehall Artist of the Year against AK45, J-Youndy, Seek and Shadow.Ne-oh is one of a select handful of Liberian artists producing dance hall/reggae music. But as he points out, it really doesn’t matter – especially when he’s pumping out collaborations one after the other like he’s changing shoes. So far, his songs are bumping and catchy as heck; but Ne-oh just crossed the sea with his recent release featuring Quincy B, “Turn up”.On Tunes Liberia’s Top 10 music chart, “Turn Up” is at #3 after being released just one week ago!Ne-oh released five strong projects in 2015 and has released two this year already. So far he’s the most sought out by Liberian artists, who all want a piece of his immaculate ‘voice’ control on their tracks.Music is no longer a game on the Liberian entertainment scene and has now become a very competitive business. Therefore, a lot of artists are looking forward to riding on Ne-oh’s team –a team they say is winning all the spotlight right now.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Martial, Lingard to miss Chelsea, Liverpool matches

first_img“I think they’ll be out for two-to three weeks,” United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Friday.Martial sustained a groin problem in the early stages of Solskjaer’s first defeat in charge, but was able to carry on until half-time before being substituted.England international Lingard pulled up with a hamstring injury towards the end of the first half.United sorely missed both players after the break as PSG struck twice in quick succession through Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe to leave Solskjaer’s side with a mountain to climb if they are to reach the last eight of the Champions League.Alexis Sanchez again struggled to make an impact off the bench with Solskjaer insisting it is up to the Chilean to show he is worth the highly lucrative four-and-a-half year contract he signed when joining from Arsenal just over 12 months ago.Sanchez has scored just five goals in 37 appearances for United, but did find the net for just the second time this season in the last round of the FA Cup in a 3-1 win at Arsenal when he linked up well with Romelu Lukaku.The Belgian and Sanchez are expected to start at Stamford Bridge on Monday, but Solskjaer did not rule out the prospect of instead showing faith in youngsters Angel Gomes and Tahith Chong, who have been training with the first team after impressing in United’s junior sides.“We’ve got still forward options but Angel and Chongy have been training with us all week so there’s a big chance they’ll be involved,” said Solskjaer.“It’s a chance for anyone who plays – Alexis, Romelu, Chongy or Angel. Anthony and Jesse have done really well for us. They’re vital in the attacking part for us, of course, with their vital attributes, their pace.“But then again with Rom and Alexis, they’ve got different skill sets and will be able to show what they can do.”Defeat to PSG in midweek was a reality check for United and Solskjaer’s chances of landing the job on a permanent basis after a run of 10 wins and one draw in his first 11 games in charge.Solskjaer made a short trip home to Norway to visit his family and take stock in the past few days, but is confident his players can recover quickly to inflict more damage on a Chelsea side still reeling for last weekend’s 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City.“It’s a different feel of course. I hate losing games, and it seems like the boys hate losing games,” he added.“They’ve been down but there’s no point dwelling on it because there are big games against good teams coming up and we need to dust ourselves down and get going again on Monday.“You’ve got to bounce back at this club. You will always have challenges and away against Chelsea is one of the tougher challenges.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard (top) and Anthony Martial (centre) will miss Monday’s FA Cup tie at Chelsea © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Feb 15 – Manchester United will be without Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard for Monday’s FA Cup clash at Chelsea with both sidelined for up to three weeks after picking up injuries during Tuesday’s Champions League defeat by Paris Saint-Germain.The in-form duo will also miss Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford in the Premier League on February 24 and face a race against time to make the second leg of the last 16 tie against PSG in the French capital on March 6.last_img read more