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Showing posts with label passion. Show all posts
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Thursday, January 13, 2022

What Would you do Podcast On Passionate Love Hour

 Ever seen someone do something so stupid it made your skin crawl? Well then, what would you do in that exact Shituation?




Mr. E And Miss E₂ brings you the most entertaining interviews with the most engaging guests that happily tell their opinion and not afraid to tell it like it is. 



It's full of laughs, ooohhhs, and aaaawwwws for about an hour. Click here to enter Passionate Love and join the fun. Also, follow and share us so your family and friends can find out more about themselves in a comedic way that'll have the whole family 17and up in stitches cracking up.

Please, don't forget to leave us a comment telling us what exactly you would do if the shoe was on the other foot. How would it really go down. 😂😂😂. What Would You Do?

Saturday, June 1, 2019

The Buck Doesn't stop period

"Memories"

Berkley "Buck" Buckles


"Buck" Buckles and the Lofton camp have done it again. Releasing another new joint with an ole skool feel. Memories takes you back to the sweet age of RnB of the '80's and '90's. Never changing up his style Buck maybe single handedly reviving the age of love as he pieces together his Album under the supervision of Connie Mora, CEO of Lofton and Lofton Records. Don't take my word for it check it out below:






Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Zambia puts it down for the music scene

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Zambia



... all week starting June 18, 2018 with Passion Hour, PASSION OF ZAMBIA where we will be playing Zambian R&B to help you end your weekend off right. The following day we will introduce you to Massive, Lil Ma Vis, Pricetag and more great Zambian artists that have helped build the music ecology of their nation.
One thing about their music I love is the fact they do not charge for their music. It's given free of charge because they understand the power of sponsorships. By not putting monetary value on two art, they keep it in their heart. Providing true inspiration devoid of shallow essence of conformity delivered in the form of lies.
Everyone has their own niche and personality that seperates them from others, but still upholds the culture that is Zambia.
John us as we celebrate Zambia and their a reggae scene in this week's Reggae Hour, broadcasting this world music with a spliff in ya mouth and a rump in ya hand. Turning the club up so tune in.

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