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Xidus Pain Hukura

NEW Xidus Pain

If you’re gonna be anything in life make sure you’re Happy, be Kind and be Great (Hukuru). Hukuru is Xidus Pain’s new 15 track project. Project 29 in 29 Months. Artwork by: Angela Kolokotroni. This project features production from Joe Jones and guest appearances from Wyze Wonda @maxgreat_trutuRobert Hendrix Jr. Nicola Jenkins Mirrah Reflects @tbpemcee …

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What Music Creators Should Know About Music, Language and the Brain

How music affects listeners…a Neuroscience perspective Aniruddh D. Patel Imagine that you write or perform a new song, and it’s a hit. Fans contact you to tell you it touches something deep inside them. When they hear your music, their response wells up naturally. Being drawn in by the music doesn’t take any conscious effort: …

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A New Year’s Message from ASCAP President Paul Williams

January 4, 2021 Dear ASCAP Members, As we begin a new year, I want to thank you for continuing to create beautiful, healing, much-needed music throughout an unparalleled year of hardship, heartache, division and loss. Your music has been a light in the darkness, uniting and inspiring us, lifting our spirits and keeping us connected …

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Raptivist Capital “X”- Voice of the voiceless

Andre Latallade known professionally as Capital-“X” is an internationally known Human/Prisoners Rights Activist/Death Penalty Opponent, Hiphop Advocate/Educator/Artist and self proclaimed Voice of the voiceless.He’s on Spotify as Capital X. Capital “X” was born in Brooklyn, New York (September 28, 1964). His parents migrated to New York from Puerto Rico during the “Great Migration” in the 1950’s after Puerto Rico’s official status was …

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