MONROVIA, Montserrado â€“ A musical cadre at the Monrovia Football Academy, Lonestar Legends, has released two debut songs.
According to a press release issued by the Monrovia Football Academy, the trio â€“ 14-year-old Leon Crawford, 13-year-old William Zorr, and 14-year-old Ali Syllah â€“ are students of LEAD Africaâ€™s Monrovia Football Academy.
â€œLonestar Legends represent Liberiaâ€™s next generation of students, musicians, and leaders,â€ the organization wrote.
Their songs, â€˜Story to Gloryâ€™ and â€˜Alpha & Omega,â€™ were officially released at a live debut performance during the close of the academyâ€™s 2019 Orange Liberia sponsored National Football Competition.
Monrovia Football Academy, where trio discovered their music passion after enrolling in 2015, says it is the first school in Liberia to combine high-quality education with professional football training.
Zorr, the groupâ€™s principal writer, became inspired to create his own music during a music class at the academy.
â€œThe boys are poised to be Liberiaâ€™s next top artists,â€ the school proclaimed.
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