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  1. Born again Panamanian reggaeton legend El General says Satan benefited from the success of the singer’s hits in the early 90s, including such fan favorites as “Muevelo” and “Tu Pum Pum.” Edgardo Franco told the host of TV show Reporte Semanal that he was influenced by “malas compañías,” who preyed on his childhood dreams of becoming a singer, overwhelming his religious belief and convincing him to record the sexually suggestive party jams, which were seminal breakout hits in the early days of reggaeton. Such was El General’s battle with their content, he said, that he had to drink to get the devil’s word out. “The lyrics [of my songs] caused conflict with my conscience,” he said. “But I had some drinks and recorded them. Those songs played on all the radio stations. That was a trophy for Satan.” Franco is now a devout Jehovah’s witness, who regularly travels to Panama to evangelize. He sent a shoutout to his fellow church members who brought him back into the fold. “You should never turn your back on Jehovah. You should be strong.” Apologies to the “Rica y Apretadita” fans out there; if this is the first time you realized you’ve been swayed by the agents of darkness, I guess we’ll see you in hell. source
  2. Unpaid internships, shady side jobs, and skipping college is one way to get to the top. I've only personally been in New York City once, but if there was one thing I learned during my time there, Briana Cheng is the girl to know for both music smarts and a damn good time. She's currently working as an A&R at Downtown Records (who's artists include/included Justice, Smino, Tei Shi, Slow Magic, Mura Masa, and more). If there's anyone that understands navigating through the music industry better than anyone, it's this still-unexpectedly young rising star. From blogging at EARMILK to internships, she's figured out how to make it to the top her way. How did you start your career in the music business? I started off as a music blogger at EARMILK while bartending at a DIY space called 285 Kent and interning at XL Recordings like a go all in or nothing just moved to NYC type of thing. I probably had at least 10 shady restaurant jobs on the side on top of that. What is the best part of the business? To me, as someone in A&R, the best part is probably discovering new music on my own without anyone pitching it to me. It’s usually me being a genuine creep going through someone’s soundcloud likes at 3am. What are the biggest challenges? I never got the full college/finding yourself experience so I guess maybe figuring what you want to do in the music industry and navigating your personal taste can be frustrating. I started when I was 18 years old and had just about every job in the industry until a year ago when Downtown hired me to be their A&R and now I have the best coworkers to back me up on my stalking habits. What career advice would you recommend to someone just starting off? Be patient, do the unpaid internships, do your research, scam your way in. As the music industry continues to grow, what do you think the secrets to longevity in this business will be? Don’t lose love for the music and take breaks if you have to and take on non-music related projects, charity work, etc. Did you start off as a fan of music and then became involved on the business side, or did business bring you into the electronic music world? Describe that process. I started off as a fan of music and when I ran away to live in a windowless room in Brooklyn, it had to become a business. My parents are Jehovah’s Witnesses and they never supported me so I had to figure it out and make a career for myself considering how stubborn I am. I remember there were days where I had to go an internship, scout or interview a band, go to my hostess job, then bartend a party at 285 and eventually coming home to finish a paper (I never finished school) on a twin bed in the same windowless room that my best friend also lived on. Continue reading
  3. Love is all-- Malcolm Roberts

    Love is all Yesterday, I knew the games to play I though I knew the away Life was meant to be And now there's you My foolish games are through Now at last I have found Just what makes this old world turn arround Refrão Love is all, I have to give Love is all, as long as I shall live (So) take it all and I'll always be there When you call my name I know now, the love is all Every night, I long to hold you tight Until the morning light Shines into your eyes Love me now We'll get along somehow Won't you please, take my hand And together forever we'll stand
  4. Make you feel my love <3 <3 ?

    Beautiful song "Make you feel my love" <3 <3 ? When the rain is blowing in your face And the whole world is on your case I could offer you a warm embrace To make you feel my love When the evening shadows and the stars appear And there is no one there to dry your tears I could hold you for a million years To make you feel my love I know you haven't made your mind up yet But I would never do you wrong I've known it from the moment that we met No doubt in my mind where you belong I'd go hungry, I'd go black and blue I'd go crawling down the avenue No, there's nothing that I wouldn't do To make you feel my love The storms are raging on the rolling sea And on the highway of regret Though winds of change are throwing wild and free You ain't seen nothing like me yet I could make you happy, make your dreams come true Nothing that I wouldn't do Go to the ends of the Earth for you To make you feel my love
  5. Disco Music

  6. Jehovah's Witnesses > WTBTS of Pennsylvania > Archive of Publications > 2016 C.E. > Kingdom Music Archive
  7. Jehovah's Witnesses > WTBTS of Pennsylvania > Archive of Publications > 2016 C.E.
  8. Music is...