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Music Review: In Fatherhood by Beleaf
BELEAF Originally a native of Baltimore, MD now way of San Diego, Beleaf Melanin is an Inspirational Hip-Hop artist that blends sharp lyricism with spoken word poetry and soulful grooves. He has traveled the country performing at countless colleges and festivals with his group theBREAX opening for artist such...
 
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Music Review: Between Haircuts by Mr Ekow
Croydon rapper, Mr Ekow is back with his 4th EP - Between Haircuts. In a world obsessed with finding the perfect angle for a selfie, Between Haircuts pushes aside the facades and explores the nitty gritty in between. The EP paints an honest, personal picture of trying to maintain...
 
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Music Review: Farewell to Midnight  by As We Ascend
As We Ascend is a rock band from the greater Nashville area. Members Justin Forshaw and Jake Jones (formerly of rock sensation We As Human) along with Robert Venable (acclaimed music producer) all have extensive professional careers in the music industry and are able to bring a variety of...
 
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Music Review: One-Way Conversations by Hollyn
Hailing from Ohio, this Dove Awards New Artist of the Year nominee has been working the past year on her debut full length album titled “One-Way Conversations”. Listeners were introduced to this vibrant you lady on TobyMac’s latest release with the songs “Backseat Driver” and “Lights Shine Bright” and...
 
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Music Review: Re•Imag•Innova by Fireflight
It’s probably no coincidence that adversity feeds creativity, and in the case of modern rockers Fireflight, every ounce of pain, uncertainty and frustration paved the way for progress on its fifth long player INNOVA (more on that mysterious title in a minute). In addition to leaving major label life...
 
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Music Review: Your Love Pursues Me by Rob Eisner
Rob's debut EP is titled 'Your Love Pursues Me' and features 6 songs recorded with producer Trevor Michael (Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Ian Yeats, New Wine, Soul Survivor).
 
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Music Review: Exiles by Foldinglights
Michael Peter Ball is the artist behind FoldingLights. Taking musical influences from fellow Irish bands like The Frames, Snow Patrol and Foy Vance, Michael writes about faith, love, death and everything in between. The intensity of his songs are born from the tension of the sometimes...
 
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Music Review: #NotPlayingTheGame by Daughters Of Davis
Daughters of Davis write songs with messages for this generation and those that reflect their own innate struggles too, born from their faith and experience living in this money driven society. The girls aim to expose the lies and the negative ideas that are promoted through media and society...
 
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Music Review: Out of the Dark by Mandisa
After spending much of the past few years struggling with depression, Mandisa, who has proven to be one of American Idol’s most successful alums as a Top 5 Idol with the most No. 1s, is sharing about her journey with transparency and vulnerability ahead of the release of her...
 
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Music Review: The Rush & The Roar by We Are Leo
After 12 months, working in 4 studios with 5 producers, WE ARE LEO is finally surfacing with a new record. THE RUSH & THE ROAR (2017 Dream Records), WE ARE LEO’s 3rd studio album, is a creatively upbeat take on pop, dance, rock & roll. Born out of a...
 
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