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No intro necessary a we run tings tings no run we. From continent to country to province, state to state, city to city, a so we do it.
Mi send on the music the drug and I am the dealer Xklusiv Selekta®. No event too far to reach from Jamaica to Bolivia. Mash up the party and slap whey the bar everybody know we a star. Everything wicked need rewind so we got you and dem too. Tune in and listen some of the latest tracks from Independent artist. Turn down for what. A party time, continent to continent, country to country, state to state. Promoting Independent artist allover the globe, over here all genres are welcome for review and play. Plus a sample of the new mixtape we dropping July 4, 2015. And some new dancehall music. Jamaica to California Cleveland to Miami. Big up all the massive and crew. Cruise2Fame Family......We still inna di building.
Call in and ask Jen or Lisa what might be holding you back? Maybe you are looking for love? Want to know if you are on the right track with your business plan? They can help you!
Through the ancient and sacred systems of Akashic records and Astro-Numerology, Jen Duchene helps people change life patterns that don’t serve them, release years of “emotional weight,” and create an action plan for moving their lives forward with focus and joy
Lisa Lamont is today's modern day fortune teller, intuitive, certified hypnotherapist, author, and speaker. For over thirty years she has been reading her unique gypsy cards that were passed to her from a famous psychic in the Pacific NW to carry on the fortune telling tradition.http://www.lisalamont.com
Apache emerged from New Jersey in the late 1980s as a front man for the Flavor Unit, a hip-hop group. He first appeared on the Flavor Unit album, The 45 King Presents The Flavor Unit, in 1990. Apart from his individual records, he also featured on the albums of artists such as Naughty By Nature, Queen Latifah, 2Pac
R City's influence remains inescapable. In Gact the songwriting and production pair of brother Theron and Timothy Thomas have penned countless mutli-platinum smashes including Rihanna's "Pour It Up", Miley Cyrus "We Can't Stop", Becky G's "Shower" as well as songs for Justin Bieber, Usher, Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson, R. Kelly, Miley Cyrus, Akon, Future Omarion, Pitbull, Ciara, Luke James, Nicki Minaj, Macy Gray, Corbin Bleu, Day 26, Nicole Scherzinger, Toni Braxton, Keri Hilson, Mario, Iggy Azalea, Lil Jon, Jason Derulo, Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Nelly, Jesse McCarthy and many others. The duo has contributed to 10 different Grammy-nominated albums including Rihanna’s “Unapologetic” which won best contemporary R&B album and Jennifer Hudson’s self-titled album which won Outstanding Album and Best R&B Album. However the world will really hear what this dynamic duo can do on their forthcoming full-length artist debut for Kemosaba Records/RCA Records. "The number one priority is to tell our story", affirms Theron. "This album is the introduction to R. City. When we're writing for other artists, we write the script and they act it out. Now, you're about to know who we are."
Muse Broadcasat is excited to share with Pepper Proud in honor of the Capricorn Full Moon. Pepper Proud was raised in the small Appalachian valley town of Lewisburg, West Virginia where the magik begins.
Pepper moved to Santiago, Chile during high school. (Where it seems Pepper began understanding muse-ing from music). Peppers passion for how music can influence perspective, led her to Radford University studying Music Therapy & Performance Arts.
In 07 Pepper ventured to Seattle serendipitously finding "Round" sessions; at the Fremont Abbey bringing together artists in the Folk/Indie scene.
That same year began playing with local Seattle band Citta Flow; where Pepper met Masaru Higasa and Jeff Kimes- after a few performances together they teamed up with visual artist - Kaizen and performance artist/arealist Kirra Lien and formed - The Yaima Msic Project.
Yaima released it's first album "Pellucidity" in Oct 2014 through Jumpsuit Records- an record label and artist collective committed to social change through educational workshops and gatherings that foster building and nurturing regenerative and sustainable communities. Alongside the release of Yaima's "Pellucidity"(2014), Proud released her second solo album "The Water Chapter"(2014). A folk music album devoted to the essential elemental companion- Water.
Peppers Message is simple- it's time to share the love. love. love
Muses here are truly grateful for the opportunity to hear upon tips and techniques we can apply to life, so that we are able to keep our frequency of inspiration active and charged. Inspiration is actively a part of what it is to be a muse. Through staying inspired we are able to be a muse for ourselves as well as others. Fully Embodying Musedom.
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He’s rarely discussed today, but at one point, Larry Williams seemed poised to become a successor to the hot R&B throne vacated by Little Richard when he gave up rock ‘n’ roll for God, and his songs were covered by a range of better-selling acts that included the Beatles and the He grew up in Oakland, a town then thriving on military-industrial contracts, and fell into music as a teen, eventually starting a band he called the Lemon Drops.
Stones. Unfortunately, he had a love of fast living almost as large as his musical talent — and it finally caught up with him on Jan. 7, 1980, when his body was in New Orleans in 1935, Williams headed west with his family at a young age, spending some time with relatives in Chicago before joining his parents in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1945.
Born 45. He grew up in Oakland, a town then thriving on military-industrial contracts, and fell into music as a teen, eventually starting a band he called the Lemon Drops. Although the Lemon Drops didn’t last long, Williams had been bitten by the bug, and he decided to pursue a deal with Specialty Records, the New Orleans label where his second cousin, R&B belter Lloyd Price, was already signed.
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