News: Dr. EnQi’s Documentary American Healer Shares Life & World-Changing Findings

Dr. EnQi’s documentary American Healer sheds light on new life and world-changing discoveries. Carlie Green, one of the producers shares her experience working with Dr. EnQi as well as some of the new findings discussed in the documentary. Read the article below and get your copy of American Healer.

I have witnessed Dr. Enqi personally go from a to z with this documentary process and it has been life-changing. American Healer has literally changed the world.

He is the first to use these herbs that contain #glowing #tryptophan to regrow the Pancreas Beta Cells that produce Insulin. In the American Healer documentary, he details step-by-step testimonials and documentation on how to reverse #Obesity, #Cancer, #Diabetes, Strokes, Tumors, etc.…

You don’t have to like him to enjoy the #American #Healer, it’s the best #Vegan #Documentary or #Holistic Documentary I have ever been a part of.

Many people are mad because he calls Spelt a Hybrid, #Kombucha Tea a “poison” or says “Dr. Sebi would’ve been studying Melanin if he was alive”. These things are all true, I heard the clips of Dr. Sebi in the American Healer documentary and it’s true, Sebi would probably be studying Melanin based on the clips. #Dr. #Sebi did say this, and many people are jealous that someone not related to Dr. Sebi is wearing the Crown as the American Healer.

Many people are mad that Dr. Enqi calls out the rich rappers and entertainers for not contributing money to Melanin Diabetes Research via his Cashapp $ministerenqi (he calls out everyone for not sending enough money) and supporting everything but their own genetic research (maybe Kyrie will be the exception).

Many people are mad because they must wait for his orders, but I Don’t Mind because I like getting and using the best. We must wait to order “next year” model cars, new shoes, new phones, dinner reservations, iPhones, Jordans, etc.… When you make the best product there will always be a high demand and a longer wait time. I like having and using the best you guys can have the rest, I also like thinking that my specialist is the most well-paid. I personally don’t want a “starving artist” type of person in charge of my health.

American Healer should not be available free on and it damn sure should NOT be under $30 for the Blue Ray at, this documentary should be a $500 – $5000 course on sale in some futuristic Hip Hop type of University in a perfect world or maybe a #Million #Dollar #NFT as far as the content is concerned, but Dr. Enqi is all about sharing with the People.

The craziest thing is he is constantly under attack by various Black Hate Groups and Black Militants as being pro-white because of his intelligence and use of big words or because he pulled himself up by his bootstraps to get his children out of the ghettos. We have even eye-witnessed the cointelpro-like behavior of his “biggest fan”.

This woman went from being his number fan and defender publicly to “exposing him” as a coon and sell-out, but secretly she is a crazed stalker that he never even met in person. It is literally insane to see so many people attack this man’s name and character for being a single black father that is really healing people…. full article and movie at

The Black Community, the Holistic Community, the Vegan Community, and any other “community” that counts him as a member should be proud to say they know this man, period. The people who go down in history as going against this movement will have to answer to their ancestors and their children. This is the biggest moment in Naturopathic History if you ask me, A Non-Medical Doctor has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that incurable illness has Hope. Real Progress, Real Healing from Enqi Real.

Real Progress, Real Healing from Enqi Real. Just like he says all the time Love is Loyalty but before Love is Respect and you can’t buy or fake Respect. Well guess what while guys that can barely read attack him the highest level scientific minds Have a Great Deal of Respect for the Article he did on his 9 Year Study,

He says you must Spend Time, Paying Attention, Balance your Interest, to Earn Respect, Your Spirit/Mind is the only real Currency or Value, and that Respect is Credit. I was hooked after he said the only true Real Estate is your Body or Temple.

This is clearly the reason #Natureboy, #Polight, #Young #Pharoah, #Yahki #Awakened, #Billy #Carson and many others steal his material. He literally is the Ghost Writer of Modern Consciousness.

The funniest thing is he doesn’t push P, for money so the people that steal his material get very popular quickly while he stays in the trenches behind the scenes healing people in real-time.

The Herbs in that Purple Phaze compound with that Bleu Magick Gel should earn him a Nobel Prize but I’m sure he would settle for a box of Flowers from #DrinkChamps or a nod from #Ye lol as intelligent as he is, he never forgets where he came from. He stays so Real and so in touch with the people. I think it’s from his children, I have never seen a man so in tune with his children before. I would support anything he does just to support his image as a black father and I’m not even Black.

We are lucky to have this man in our lives, in these times, I’m happy to know and support the American Healer, Dr. EnQi and if he hasn’t got his millions from moss and healing yet We Owe It To Him!!! Support Him and Don’t Forget to Refresh the Payment Screen at the Checkout for Security Purposes.

Popular rapper shot dead hours after performance

American rapper Trouble was killed in a shooting on Sunday just hours after performing in his hometown of Atlanta.

The 34-year-old, who was best known for his music showing the grittier side of life in Atlanta, was shot at around 3.20am before being taken to a local hospital, where he died from injuries.

Trouble, whose real name was Mariel Semonte Orr, died in a home invasion at Lake St. James Apartments in Conyers, about 40 kilometers east of Atlanta.

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WATCH IN THE VIDEO ABOVE: County Sheriff provides update on Rapper Trouble death in Atlanta

Rockdale County Sheriff’s spokesperson Jedidia Canty said at a news conference Sunday that a suspect, identified as Jamichael Jones, 33, was being sought on warrants based on allegations of murder, home invasion, and aggravated assault.

In a post on Instagram on Sunday, Def Jam, one of the rapper’s record labels, shared condolences with Trouble’s family.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the children, loved ones, and fans of Trouble,” the post said.

Mariel Semonte Orr – better known as Trouble. Credit: Trouble Trouble /Instagram

“A true voice for his city and an inspiration to the community he proudly represented.”

Jones, the suspect, was involved in a “domestic situation” with the woman Trouble was visiting, and he and Trouble did not know each other, Canty said.

Jones apparently breached the woman’s residence and opened fire, striking Trouble in the chest once, Canty said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The woman, who was not identified, was reportedly not described as injured.

As fans used social media to grieve and express anger over Trouble’s death, Canty said, “I know there are a lot of people that are really upset right now.”

Canty said deputies were looking at all the suspect’s known haunts in an attempt to take him into custody.

Alexis Skyy, Trouble’s ex-girlfriend, announced his death Sunday on Twitter.

“Rip @TroubleDTE,” she wrote. “I’m so sorry this happened to you Skoob. You didn’t deserve this. I’m praying for your kids and family.”

The music streaming service Tidal marked the sombre day by writing on Instagram, “Rest In Peace, Trouble.”

Trouble’s death comes just weeks after he posted an eerie tweet about mortality.

“Life short af dawg smh. Neva know when yo numBa gon Be called!” he said.

“Move wit grace Be grateful Forgive – Dont forget.. Love yo ppl n make sho dey know!!

“Respect yo ppl Respect life! It can Be all ova anyday! On Lord.”

Trouble began rapping at the age of 14. Credit: Trouble Trouble /Instagram

Trouble was known for songs like “Bring It Back,” “Ain’t My Fault” and “Come Thru,” among others.

He released his first mix tape, “December 17th,” in 2011. It was quickly recognized by Complex as one of the best of the year.

Complex described Trouble’s music as showing off the grittier side of Atlanta while having “considerable musicality” and “serious pop sensibilities.”

Trouble continued to release mix tapes through 2017 before he explored the traditional album format.

His last two long players, Edgewood and “Thug Luv,” were released by labels under Universal Music Group, including Def Jam and Ear Drummer/Interscope.

Los Angeles hip-hop journalist Jeff Weiss tweeted that Trouble “rapped like a 7-foot Terminator — an invincible force of nature — but with an emotional streak, artful videos, and agile cadences that offered perfect balance.”

“Some of the hardest street rap ever made,” Weiss said.

“Real is rare.”

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Timeline: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

Johnny Depp has won his multimillion-dollar defamation US lawsuit brought against his ex-wife Amber Heard.

Here is a timeline of the legal twists and turns of the tumultuous Hollywood romance which has been put on display for the world to see.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard begin dating after meeting on the set of comedy film The Rum Diary.

Early 2013
Mr Depp is alleged to have been physically violent to Ms Heard for the first time.

Ms Heard claims the actor slapped her three times after she joked about a tattoo he got on his arm during his relationship with actress Winona Ryder. He denies the allegation.

Mr Depp and Ms Heard marry at a private ceremony in Los Angeles in February.

The couple take a trip to Australia in March which Ms Heard describes as “a three-day hostage situation”, claiming Mr Depp is abusive while drinking heavily and taking drugs.

Mr Depp again denies the allegations and says Ms Heard lost her temper after a conversation about a post-nuptial agreement.

In May, the pair separate after an incident in which Ms Heard claims Mr Depp became angry at their LA penthouse and destroyed property with a bottle of champagne.

Ms Heard files a petition for the dissolution of their marriage as well as a temporary domestic violence restraining order, which prevents Mr Depp from contacting her.

The estranged couple reach an agreement concerning the dissolution of their marriage. Ms Heard says she will donate her $7 million settlement to charity.

The couple become formally divorced in January.

An article by The Sun newspaper’s executive editor, Dan Wootton, is published in April, in which he refers to Mr Depp as a “wife-beater” in the headline.

The actor files his libel claim against News Group Newspapers (NGN) – the owner of The Sun.

Ms Heard publishes an article in the Washington Post in December which deals with her personal experiences of domestic violence.

It is titled: “I spoke up against sexual violence — and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change”, but does not mention Mr Depp by name.

Mr Depp launches a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Ms Heard, with his lawyers claiming the article falsely implies she was physically and sexually abused by the actor when they were married.

He claims the piece caused him to be dropped from the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise and that Ms Heard was the one who had been abusive towards him.

The pair meet in the Royal Courts Of Justice in London for Mr Depp’s NGN libel suit which was delayed due to the coronavirus crisis.

Following a 16-day trial in July, a judge finds the content of the article proven to be “substantially true”.

Mr Justice Nicol refuses Mr Depp’s application for permission to appeal against his ruling at the Court of Appeal.

Mr Depp’s lawyers file grounds of appeal with the Court of Appeal, arguing the actor “did not receive a fair trial” and that Mr Justice Nicol’s ruling is “plainly wrong” and “manifestly unsafe”.

The UK Court Of Appeal refuses permission for Mr Depp to appeal against the High Court ruling.

Mr Depp’s 2019 defamation case against Ms Heard, also delayed due to the pandemic, begins on April 11 at the Fairfax County District Court, in Virginia.

Over the course of six weeks jurors hear from family members, friends, colleagues, employees as well as testimony from Mr Depp and Ms Heard.

Multiple instances of alleged abuse are described to the jury with both parties claiming that they are the victims.

On 1 June the jury finds in favour of Mr Depp and says that the 2018 article in the Washington Post is defamatory.

Mr Depp is awarded compensatory damages of $10 million and a further $5 million in punitive damages.

Source: Press Association


Brad Pitt’s action-comedy Bullet Train will hit theatres in India

Directed by David Leitch, the film is based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka

Bullet Train stars Brad Pitt, Joey King and Sandra Bullock among other

Bullet Train stars Brad Pitt, Joey King and Sandra Bullock among other

Twitter/ Bullet Train

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Hollywood actor Brad Pitt’s upcoming action-comedy film Bullet Train will hit Indian theatres on August 5, Sony Pictures Entertainment India announced on Wednesday. 

The film will release in four Indian languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.


Directed by David Leitch, who is known for action films such as Deadpool 2 and Hobbs & Shaw, this Brad Pitt-starrer is based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka.

Pitt plays Ladybug in the film, a seasoned assassin who wishes to retire but is persuaded to return by his superviser Maria Beetle in order to retrieve a briefcase on a bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto. Once onboard, he and the other assassins realise that their goals are all intertwined.

Alongside Brad Pitt, Bullet Train stars Joey King, Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Logan Lerman, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Bad Bunny, Hiroyuki Sanada and Sandra Bullock. It was originally planned to be an R-rated action film but during development, the movie morphed into an R-rated comedy.

The casting of non-Asian actors in the film prompted accusations of whitewashing as their characters were Japanese in the original novel. While the American adaptation would have been appropriate if the location had been altered to the United States, critics pointed out that the filmmakers chose to preserve the novel’s Japanese setting while keeping Japanese characters in the background, leading to accusations of “whitewashing”. 

They also questioned the actors’ commitment to the Asian community by accepting whitewashed roles, and they criticised the film for perpetuating the myth that Asian actors in leading roles can’t carry a blockbuster, despite the recent success of Asian-led films like Crazy Rich Asians and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock co-starred in The Lost City, which was released earlier this year.


TRUE Capital Management Announces Strategic Acquisition of FS Wealth Sports

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TRUE Capital Management LLC, a global wealth management firm serving professional athletes and entertainers, today announced its acquisition of FS Wealth Sports & Entertainment, a Nashville-based boutique wealth advisory firm with a high-profile and high-net-worth clientele.

Bret Fincher and Chris Stout, who co-founded FS Wealth in 2010, have been named Managing Directors and will continue to co-lead the Nashville team as TRUE Capital’s Nashville office.

“We are pleased to welcome Bret, Chris, and the FS Wealth team to the TRUE Capital Management family,” said Doug Raetz, co-founder and CEO of TRUE Capital Management. “They share our philosophy for client service excellence, and they have a strong history of serving professional athletes, entertainers, and other high-net-worth clients, which aligns perfectly with TRUE Capital’s focus. This transaction gives us an on-the-ground presence in one of the most dynamic sports and entertainment markets in the US. We see this as a smart strategic move for all involved. Nashville office clients will now also benefit from TRUE Capital’s partnership with Cresset Capital, which expands their access to a broader variety of private market investment opportunities and boutique family office services.

“We are extremely happy that we will be able to expand our commitment to serving our clients at the highest level possible with TRUE Capital,” said Fincher. Stout added, “When we realized TRUE Capital has the same passion for their clients as we do, the decision to join them made perfect sense. We are extremely excited to continue growing our business and serving our current and future clients as part of TRUE Capital.”

Rooted in sports and entertainment

FS Wealth has been a distinctive life and wealth advisory firm focused on the unique needs of celebrity wealth and high-net-worth clients. The firm was founded to equip clients to seamlessly transition from the pinnacle of success to enduring significance in sports, entertainment, and business. Bret’s experience in the music and entertainment industry spans two decades where he specializes in the unique wealth management needs of actors and chart-topping Country, Rock & Roll, and Contemporary Christian artists. Chris focuses on the world of professional sports and is passionate about protecting his NFL, MLB, and PGA clients from the financial, legal, and lifestyle pitfalls that plague so many professional athletes. For him, these off-the-field victories are the real game changer.

MHB Advisers served as the exclusive investment banking advisor to TRUE Capital Management on this transaction.


Founded in 2007, TRUE Capital Management is a wealth management firm that specializes in guiding its diverse roster of clients to financial security and generational wealth. The firm has built a reputation for serving high-profile clients across all major sports worldwide, the global entertainment industry, and entrepreneurs innovating in our ever-evolving business world.

As an independent RIA, TRUE Capital currently manages close to $2 billion of client assets as of April 2022, and also offers robust alternative investing strategies spanning venture capital (TRUE Capital Ventures), managed real estate (TRUE Real Estate), hedge/options, private debt, and impact investing. Please visit for more information.


Cresset is an independent, award-winning multi-family office and private investment firm with more than $23 billion in assets under management (as of 1/31/2022). Cresset serves the unique needs of entrepreneurs, CEO founders, wealth creators, executives, and partners, as well as high-net-worth and multi-generational families. Our goal is to deliver a new paradigm for wealth management, giving you time to pursue what matters to you most.

Cresset offers access to a comprehensive suite of family office services, deeply personalized wealth management, investment advisory, planning, and other services through Cresset Asset Management, LLC. Cresset Partners, LLC, Cresset’s private investing group, offers clients direct access to institutional-quality real estate, private equity, private credit, and other investment opportunities. Cresset Asset Management, LLC, and Cresset Partners, LLC, are SEC registered investment advisors. To learn more, please visit


Technology plays vital role in fight against COVID-19 in China

An unmanned sweeper works at Hefei South Railway Station in Hefei, East China’s Anhui province, on April 27, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua]

Technological products are playing a vital role in fight against the resurgence of COVID-19 by helping to prevent people from being affected by the virus in China.

Unmanned sweepers and floor washing vehicles, driverless disinfection and sterilization vehicles and self-driving buses are replacing humans in various public areas in Hefei, East China’s Anhui province.

The application of self-driving technology in epidemic prevention and control can reduce the immense pressure placed on epidemic prevention personnel and lower infection risk. It also provides more scientific and technological solutions for regular epidemic preventions.


Exploring Youth Entrepreneurship

This report explores aspects of youth entrepreneurship as a mechanism to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. It sets out the position and challenges of youth in Cambodia, Lao PDR, the Philippines, the Gambia, and Fiji, and investigates the dynamics of youth entrepreneurship through an overview of key debates, including the importance of context and the role of the informal economy. The report presents good practices to promote youth entrepreneurship as a way to maintain global employment rates and provide sustained livelihood opportunities to vulnerable groups.

This paper was prepared under the project ‘Enhancing National Capacities for Unleashing Full Potentials of Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in Developing Countries’, supported by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Sub-Fund of the UN Peace and Development Fund (UNPDF), of which the People’s Republic of China is a major contributor.


Music For Sport

MUSIC FOR SPORT is a leading production music library, specialising in high quality sports music. It supplies music for sports and all genres of programming to broadcasters, advertising agencies, radio stations, and video makers worldwide. Most recently Music For Sport has produced music for the 2021 European Football Championships, and the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Currently we are working on new music for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, the 2022  Football World Cup,  the 2022/23 Premier League season, and our next release, BLOOPERS.

Our latest release is  SAILING 3,  a hugely evocative sailing and water sports album with tracks in a variety of contemporary moods and styles. All tracks have multiple versions including underscores, stings, loops, and commercial lengths.

Contributors to this album are Steve Stapley,  Alessandro Ponti,  Dai Watts,  Mike Koch,  Jerome Van Den Berghe,  Jay Stapley,  Simon Webb,  & Peter Jagger.


MUSIC FOR SPORT launched in 1992 at the Barcelona Olympics and has provided music for all the Olympics and Winter Olympics since then.  It has become one of the world’s leading providers of sports music. The Music For Sport motto is Great Sport Demands Great Music, and constantly aims to deliver this.

MUSIC FOR SPORT has released over a hundred albums, and creates music in a wide variety of genres ranging from Extreme Ambient to Punk Rock, from Modern Classical to Contemporary Folk, from solo instrumentals to full orchestras. New releases are regularly added to the catalogue.

A highly experienced international team of nearly 100 composers, producers, engineers and musicians is responsible for crafting the MUSIC FOR SPORT library, which is precision-made for today’s sports music requirements. The library has strong composition, high production values, is edit-friendly, and provides tracks with multiple versions, stems, and alternate mixes. A network of first-rate sub-publishers and agents distribute MUSIC FOR SPORT  worldwide.

To search and listen to the MUSIC FOR SPORT catalogue please click here.

*25/03/2022 – NEW RELEASE – Click here for Travelling Light by The Spiderhawks.*


Broadcasting credits include BBC Sport, ITV, Sky Sports, Netflix, Channel 4, Channel 5, ESPN,  Eurosport, ABC,  NBC, CNN, Capital Radio, The Discovery Channel, The Outdoor Channel, The History Channel, The Travel Channel, and The National Geographic Channel.

Successful shows that use MUSIC FOR SPORT include Match Of The Day,  2018 Football World Cup, Olympics, Winter Olympics,  Newsnight, Drive To Survive, CSI, NCIS, The Tonight Show, Saturday Night Live, American Restoration, Inside Racing, Parking Wars, Pawn Stars, Swampd!, Overhaulin’, Insane Coaster Wars, The Voice, Come Dine With Me, Hell On Hooves, Mega Factories, Bid And Destroy, Celebrity Home Raiders, Jumelles, Carfellas, ITV Horse Racing, The One Show, Caught On Dashcam, Homes Under The Hammer, Squad Goals, Newsround, Don’t Tell The Bride, Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby, The Mummy Diaries, Some Assembly Required, Log Cabin Fever and Counting Cars.

About Sports Music & Music For Sport

MFS 1-100

MFS 1-100All our music may be globally licensed for use in media productions, AV presentations, advertising and websites through us or, if you are outside the UK, through any of our overseas agents.

UK users can obtain an instant quote here for all kinds of media use. The cost depends on how much music you use and what you are using it for. You can apply for a license online in a simple process. Alternatively get in touch with us via the contact form and we’ll facilitate the whole process for you.

If you are outside the UK, contact us with the contact form and we will put you in touch with one of our agents in your location. Please note different broadcast rates apply in different territories.

Find the perfect sports music  here with immediate download. Just enter a search term into the search box below.


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Fatboy SSE – OUUWEEE (Official Video) (feat. Kocky Ka)

New Sauce Alert! New Jersey native FatBoy SSE caught one with this one!. Emerging artist. He just dropped one of the coolest, hardest joints I’ve heard in awhile. FatBoy SSE Linked up with emerging artist Kocky Ka for this new joint “OUUWEEE” & it’s that sauce. FatBoy got so much better musically & you can tell this joint, he was in his bag. The link up with Kocky Ka was too fire. They flipped & straight sauced on this. I appreciate his passion for the music, after he jumped in this world, he’s been taking his time perfecting his craft. FatBoy SSE is a huge inspiration to the sauce. He believed in his sauce & now look at him. FatBoy making a statement that he’s definitely an artist aside from being an entertainer. This new joint “OUUWEEE” something different. Immediate vibe as soon as you turn it on. This had the aux heavy since it dropped! Kocky go crazy on everything he jump on, truthfully. One of the hottest new artists on the rise. Straight sauce we needed for the summer!!!

They both got too wavy on this! FatBoy was talking that talk his whole verse. Boss shit. FatBoy always talking his talk on tracks but the way he came on this & sauced was just too hard. Lowkey, one of the hottest joints on the indie scene right now. I was gonna throw it on the blog as soon as it dropped but I been playing it since it dropped. Like I said before, This duo is definitely fire. Kocky really got his own sauce. His potential crazy & he’s proving he got that sauce every time we see him on Instagram with something new. Kocky Ka jumped on the gas with them melodies, he was going off lol. They both straight sauced on this! They got one!

Your Digital Music Experience Is Only Going To Get Much Better In Time So Be Prepared

Digital music is something that has really grown on me throughout my years of listening to music and also to this particular day is still absolutely impressive to me. Regardless of exactly how you pay attention to your digital music, you are most likely to delight in every second of it and also can always eagerly anticipate hearing the more recent tracks appearing among the brand-new musicians out there. Your electronic music collection will certainly expand enormously if you continue staying on top of the times, there is absolutely no little doubt regarding that at all due to the fact that who doesn’t simply love their music at some point throughout their day anyway?

Every person that I know personally just loves being able to take pleasure in paying attention to their digital music and if you resemble every person else then you have a good deal to be thankful for when it pertains to digital music and modern technology and also you additionally have a large amount of trendy things to eagerly anticipate in your near future. Your digital music experience is really just most likely to explode throughout the years and also you are most likely to regularly be blown away by the quality and also excellent top quality of everything.

It is all just going to maintain getting better and also much better throughout time, so be prepared for what awaits us, probably just right nearby as well. There are many wonderful things in our lives to be eagerly anticipating and also realizing all of the changes being made with our music each time that we reverse ought to be something else on your mind, that is for sure due to the fact that if you do not keep up with all of this you are just going to be totally as well as totally lost through it all.

No one intends to be excluded at night, whenever it concerns paying attention and also enjoying all that technology needs to offer to us, whenever it comes to our electronic songs experiences, commonly taking place each and daily. It is so crucial to proceed doing points in your life that make you pleased because life is just simply means as well brief for anyone of you to neglect what it really is that makes you smile.

If listening to your digital songs every day gives you a fellow feeling or places a big smile on your face, then you keep doing what it is that you are doing to constantly really feel much better, whatever could be taking place within your life. Some people have a difficult adequate finding anything that actually makes them feel happy within, so for those of you who do hang on to what makes you satisfied, helpful for you, maintain the great.

Digital songs can be various points to many different people as well as obtaining the chance to listen to tunes that advise you of something or someone in your life is always an amazing experience itself. Being prepared for the future is always an excellent thing to attempt as well as do anyways as well as the same absolutely goes for new and also advanced methods of reaching listen as well as appreciate several of those old tracks you matured paying attention to with your momma.

International Rap Sensation Famoe, Nominated For Multiple Music Awards

Famoe, an international Hip Hop star has been making headlines globally for the past decade. He’s worked alongside Serius Jones, TQ, Big Brovaz, Donnie Klang, Spider Loc/Hot Rod (G-Unit), Scola (Dru Hill), Darnell (Shai), and that’s just naming a few. Famoe notes collaborating with Hip Hop West Coast legend Kurupt, on the single “On My Side” as a major career highlight. He’s also released records through Rap & Rhymes Records, Sony Music, Universal Music, Kontor Records, and more. For over seventy weeks he ranked on the Official Compilation Charts internationally.

The celebrated independent artist continues to climb charts both nationally and internationally including several #1 iTunes charts in Turkey, Portugal, Belgium, and Canada, as well as several iTunes Top Ten charts in UK, Germany, Italy, Canada, Portugal, Belgium, and Turkey. On Spotify charts, Famoe ranks on several compilation charts in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, as previously noted, for over seventy weeks.

Famoe’s latest single “What I’ve Been Through” was chosen as the official soundtrack for War From The Archives, an independent film out of Ghana. Not allowing himself anytime to take a break, Famoe is gearing up for his new single “Blessed” set to release on June 3rd.

With success surpassing light and stellar speed, It’s no shock that Famoe has multiple award nominations at this year’s 11th Annual Richmond International Film Festival (RIFF) June 7th-12th, which is one of the largest festivals in the Mid-Atlantic. His nominations include Best Hip Hop/Rap Award, Overall Grand Jury Artist of the Year, Critics Choice Award, and Audience Choice Award. The festival unites national and international artists in the music and entertainment industry. Attendees range from Oscar winners to emerging talent. The festival is filled with films, live music showcases, industry panels, artist Q&A’s, industry pitch sessions, entertainment mixers, and of course the red-carpet award ceremony. Visit for more information on the festival and visit to connect with Famoe.



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June 12, 2022, 8:30 – 10:30 PM EDT

Fans Prepare For The Release Of “Cuzzins 2” By Dee Wile and Willy-G

After the worldwide buzz of “20 Questions” by Dee Wile and Willy-G, mentor/manager Skylyn Hagins implanted the idea for an album titled “Play Cuzzins.” Unfortunately once the pandemic hit the duo wasn’t able to release “Play Cuzzins 2.” Now fresh into 2022, Dee Wile and Willy-G are locked in the studio preparing to release “Play Cuzzins 2” so stay tuned for the upcoming release. Until then press repeat on “Play Cuzzins” below and connect on Instagram.


Instagram: @willyg434  @Deewilesativa