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    50 Cent Ambition Essay

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    hospital, he signed to Columbia records where he recorded an album that was never released. The record label and music industry blacklisted him because of the controversial track called Ghetto Qur’an forcing him to go to Canada where he began building his reputation (Emery…

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    already produced five albums and won many awards, including several Grammys. Born on December 13, 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania, Taylor has always had a passion for music. When she was just five years old, she began to compose her own songs. As she grew older, she became comfortable singing at public events. Realizing she could pursue a musical career, Taylor moved to Nashville, Tennessee with her family. It was at 14 years old that Taylor was signed by a record label, and would go on to prove…

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    Prince Rogers Nelson Essay

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    divorced when he was ten years old, and while he lived between them for some time Prince eventually moved in with a neighbor and befriended their son, Andre Anderson. School was somewhat of a relief for Prince, although he ignored most of his classes he particularly enjoyed…

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    Paramore Research Paper

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    Albums! The creators of Twilight asked Hayley to write and record songs for the movie. The two songs that Paramore wrote for the movie were “Decode “and “I caught myself “. They were released on November 4th of that year. Then in early 2009, Paramore wrote their third album “Brand New Eyes”. A single from their third album was released on February 17, 2010, called “The Only Exception “ became the most successful single from BNE. Later in that year, they god to headline the 2010 Honda Civic…

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    Music was once a place to get away. All throughout time, music has been love, passion, exercise, therapy, and fun. Music has changed dramatically in the last fifty to sixty years. Rhythm and Blues music was once known as rock and roll but was changed when the two different types of music took their own way. Rhythm and Blues started big in the 40’s and 50’s. It was the biggest and most popular type of music and made the most impact in history. R&B (Rhythm and blues), which consists of soulful…

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    Because of his actions he is a true hero. Stevie Wonder is an amazing person and is an inspiration. Stevie Wonder was born premature and as a result was born blind despite being blind he had great musical vision and was signed to Motown records at just 11 years old after that his music career only grew was put in the Rock and…

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    Bob Dylan Biography

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    Bob Dylan has used his multiple years of making music and writing countless poems to earn himself an outstanding award. He is the first musician to ever win the Nobel Prize Award for Literature and it has come with a lot of controversy. Even though some consider him not to be one of the best musicians, he is one of the most important poets and musicians of all time because he has expressed so many social and political concerns throughout his lyrics. His great works can be not only sung but also…

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    masterpieces, such as, Kind of Blue in 1959, Sketches of Spain in 1960, and the Bitches Brew in 1969. Kind of Blue won the bestselling album of the year, and is one of the most sought-after recordings as late as 1998. It was the first Jazz album to reach double-platinum, in addition to being a Masterpiece, Kind of Blue brought Jazz into the final years of the bebop era. Sketches of Spain arrangement was based on the second movement of “Concierto de Aranjuela” by Joaquin Rodrigo written in 1939.…

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    Carlee Heinz Mr. McGraw Concert choir May 19th, 2017 For KING & COUNTRY For KING & COUNTRY is the warmhearted contemporary Christian band of brothers, Joel and Luke Smallbone. Born in Sydney, Australia to their father, David Smallbone, who was involved in music, and siblings to Rebecca St. James who was also a contemporary Christian singer/songwriter. The brothers moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1991 because of their father’s job relocation as a music promoter. During high school,…

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    Eminem Biography

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    extraordinaire. The real slim shady. The bleach blonde white dude who really knows how to write some slick lyrics. To his family he is Marshall Mathers. To us, he is Eminem. The most controversial rock musician of the 21st century. With several Grammy awards and platinum records to his name. Eminem is often a closed book with regards to his personal life (apart from when he is rapping about it in his songs). Here are 10 secrets you didn't know about his life. Number Ten: His Mother Sued Him…

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