Liberia’s youngest HipCo artist Ziggy Ray, teams up the King of Liberia’s Gbema (local style of music in Liberia) Music K-Zee Big Name, to release an up tempo banger title ” Baby Namah” release under the Black Enzo Label. This song is sure to keep young and old folks on the floor. Ziggy sings this song in honor of his grandmother and grandmothers all over the world.
About Ziggy Ray
Duke Randy Loveland aka “Ziggy Ray” is the most talked about, young rapper in Liberia.
Duke was born May 29, 2009, to a Christian Household with strong disciplinary upbringing.
Currently raised by his grandmother who is a reverend and his father, a videographer and
Owner of an audio and video production company, Duke gets the best of both worlds.
As a student in school, Math and English are his favorite subjects, which probably explains why,
at his age his flow is very syncopated and clear. Though his talent had been discovered from birth, he officially started his road to stardom this year, 2016 when a video recording of his performance at a local school went viral instantly and completely catapulted his career.
Now deemed as, The Next Generation “Hipco King” or what he likes to call himself, The
Authentic Hipco Dream, Ziggy Ray has performed on over 20 shows. With his debut single, Ziggy Ray (In The Building) popular in Liberia and in the Liberian diaspora he is working on his debut EP, accompanied by visuals as well.
Duke is a boy with many talents and hobbies. He dances, makes beats and plays the drums in his grandmother’s church.
He is just a joy to watch and listen to.