The Artist's Quickstart Guide to Building a Brand Online

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The calliope is a high-pressure, portable version of the pipe organ, originally powered by steam. I even heard the bubble gum group ‘B2k’ use the word ‘Thug’… Do you really think these artists are real thugs?…A person can be anything they want to be in this society and to blame others for your actions of being this thug is straight up wack yo!…America is in love with violence & sex it does sell but there are many other topics that these rappers can write about.” DJ Lord Ron starts out by saying that real thugs do not go out and boast about the things they do.

Pages: 72

Publisher: Shadeed Eleazer; 1 edition (September 2, 2012)

ISBN: B0095C19Z4

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