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Lyrica Anderson - Adia (Album Stream)

We skipped this one because, we thought, with Lyrica Anderson being on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood that this would get a lot more attention.  And while we have seen some numbers for this, it’s not quite what we expected considering this is one of the best original projects that Anderson has put out in a while. 522 more words

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The Australian Diagnostic Imaging Association (ADIA) is the peak body representing private radiology practices within Australia.

In this year alone, over 9 million Australians will access 24 million individual radiology services – these include x-ray, ultrasound, CT, MRI, and Nuclear Medicine. 147 more words

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Album Alert: Cey, The Ghost - LOOK UP!

Rising Chicago emcee/producer Cey, The Ghost flexes his dope flow and distinct delivery on his latest EP, LOOK UP!, in collaboration with D9 productions. 27 more words
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When it comes to creative collaborations, rock string quintet Electric 5, know a thing or two about captivating an audience.

Electric 5’s lead single, an amazing cover rendition of Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’, should go some way towards convincing you that you’re going to love this amazing unique quintet. 2,274 more words

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New Music: Cey, The Ghost Ft. Adia - Ready Or Not

Keeping his goal of dropping a song a month, Chicago emcee Cey, The Ghost puts his own spin on The Fugee 18 more words
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New Music: Cey, The Ghost Ft. Adia - Pro$peck

Chicago emcee Cey, The Ghost returns with the very dope “Pro$peck” featuring the lovely vocalist Adia. Produced by Cey himself, the budding artist and college student flows effortlessly on the track while questioning different aspects of life. Check it out below.
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Cey The Ghost (feat. Adia) - Pro$peck (New Track)

Back in October of last year we wrote about Cey The Ghost’s incredible one liners. Our dissection series interview with the Chicago rapper did numbers as we got an exclusive look into his thought process with then new track… 58 more words

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