- The first single from music is my life project that you all have beeb waiting for is finally ye BOSS DJ FT POSH KAYANA wonder
Am g baby am the admin of this site. I Am a music producer and also sound engineer i specialize more on the western music and my own genre of music is called AFRO HOUSE MUSIC/AFRO GIRATION have worked with act like 2face,dammy crane,solid star,shank,vector,mallam spicey,cartiair,slim joe etc Over the years i have been thinking of how to help the upcoming artist to achieve their goal in the music industry and entertainment in general after spending some time in sweden i decided to come back home to start something to help the upcoming talent to reach the world true this medium and organizing shows for them free studio section free on air play etc if you want to join the movement or support the please kindly send me an email or leave your comment in this page i will get back to you THANKS
@grosebeat emai email@example.com
Yesterday, Chris Minty reviewed Jessica Choppin Roney’s book, Governed by a Spirit of Opposition: The Origins of American Political Practice in Colonial Philadelphia. Today, she speaks with The Junto about the book project and the process of turning the dissertation manuscript into a book. She received her MA at the College of William and Mary and her PhD at The Johns Hopkins University. She is currently Assistant Professor of History at Temple University in Philadelphia and is organizing a global early modern conference this November: Port Cities, 1500-1800, hosted by Temple University, the Program in Early American Economy and Society, and the McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
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So, I am sharing it and thanking Amy and all of the wonderful parents who tirelessly support their athletes and the people working with their children.
The ABCs of Parents of Gymnasts
My name is AKHERE KELVIN am from edo state NIGERIA am a music producer and a song writer
read this amazing story
A few weeks ago I wrote a dud of story about a repairman who came to my house. I posted it here for about a minute, a story that was so much a nothing I hit delete. So this man came to my house. So he seemed scary. So nothing happened. So what. Who cares.
But after I took the story down and shoved it into the
digital black hole drawer, I could not stop thinking about it. It woke me up at night. It festered.
(with a huge thanks, as always, to Jennifer Pastiloff)
Excerpt from “The Man In My House”
I grew up with my single mom, in a house without a man. My mother was not a fearful person, nor was her mother, my grandmother, and we all lived on a diet…
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