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David entered the Toronto music scene through his top Toronto club act “Stitches”. Career successes include opening act for Kim Mitchell, Trooper, and April Wine. Stitches were a top five winner of the Q107 homegrown contest for David’s composition “From this World”. David also played Piano on Capital records single release “She’s a Romantic” by the band “Photograph”. David’s real passion is for composition and he is currently composing music for all types of media including film, television and Pop radio. David’s recent successes include 13 selections at Broadjam in the U.S. In 2014 Broadjam recognized David’s soundtrack "It's too late as #1 in Broadjam's Top 10 List Canada and #1 in Broadjam's Top 10 Ontario. "Outlaw Day" achieved #4 in Canada's Top 10 and # 3 in Ontario. David earned his Grade 10 Piano, Grade 8 Pipe Organ, and Grade V theory from the Royal Conservatory of Music. He then attended York University as music major in the Fine Arts program. David also graduated in Computer Programming from George Brown College in Toronto. Listen to the Streaming Single at the end of the Biography Video Version of David Irvine's Biography - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_EVRimcdDA --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Sims’ music echoes the work of the 90's alternative rock movement by incorporating various genres of music as a palette to paint different styles of imagery into his music. The vocal styles of Rob Thomas are woven into his work, which are vocal melodies that both compliment, and are complimented by, the music.  The diversity of his voice allows him to traverse from high energy, Foo Fighters-esque rock songs, to soft, Goo Goo Dolls style ballads that reach for deeply buried emotions. His songs also have a grand scale to them, built to fill arenas in a similar scale to that of a U2 or Oasis anthem. Sims’ music has been featured on radio stations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina as well as online radio stations and podcasts.  He has played shows in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and the Carolinas, and opened for several national acts including: Puddle of Mudd, Saving Abel, Like a Storm, Adema, Trapt, 12 Stones, Smile Empty Soul, Otep, Taproot, Hurt, Kip Winger, Faster Pussycat, and The Dreaming. Will Sims is sure to impact you in more ways than one with his music. Spotify  Email Official Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Band Description:  Dr Jaymz's soulful vocals and optimistic lyrics sit atop of this captivating slap house track. With an important message, ‘On Fire’ will not only restore your faith, but also get you on your feet. Biography: Gospel has always been synonymous with dance music. Think back to early Motown or Soul, and you will see the straight line to the dance floor. Now as the world turns and searches for new hope through the Word, Dr Jaymz is bringing that underlying sense of Peace, Love, Unity, harmonies and beats to the EDM experience. A minister who has preached to 80,000 people and performed as a DJ Producer to thousands more, Dr Jaymz has tapped into a feeling that replaces the loneliness, depression and despair that can be felt through a soulless dive into hedonism. Praise is his game, and combined with infectious beats and soaring melodies, he has been leading the charge to a new dawn of fulfillment. Delivering a message of hope and love for the younger generation, it is the happiness of the spirit that is grabbing audiences everywhere. The gospel is no longer the domain of the placid hymns we grew up with. Now it is expressed through the uplifting moments of EDM and the festival arena. Join Dr Jaymz on his journey to the future and be forever blessed by the experience. https://open.spotify.com/artist/7bxp4jwpHCgJECyxpss1Ce?si=Ibf_dAsXR4SM4gMNXwV30g https://drjaymz.com drjaymz@icloud.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Built on bold love and a fierce sense of interdependence, Now Defunkt emerged out of lockdown as a creative collective producing primordial soundbox of the soul shifts with a twist of lemon. Given the realities that we have all been living through, we are hoping to give a resonant nod to this good creation and shift our collective focus towards deep hanging out and restoration. At the beginning of the pandemic, three friends – Scott Macklin, Steve McMahon, and James Hunter with the help of their super groovy children – Nikko, Case, Anastasia, Amaris, Aeden, and some amazing friends released an album titled Skills Are Handy, Feel is Gold. The album art depicted the image of a girl running off of a cliff while flying a kite and not knowing if her fate was to fly or fall. We now move into our next phase with the release of Shifting Into a Lower Gear with the image of the girl who is now a bit older floating through liminal space with faith and balloons as her ballast and fuel. If there's one thing you can count on when listening to a Now Defunkt song, it's that you're in for a wild musical ride. Just when you think you know where the music is headed and what genre it most closely correlates with, we dig deep into our vivid jam adjacent jar of funkt sauce to keep you on your toes, and it's this intentionally accidental vibe that keeps each Now Defunkt song feeling fresh. Spotify: https://artists.spotify.com/c/artist/2BMz0H7H7bYkGfzifJUdsd/profile/overview Jesus Espresso by Now Defunkt --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
January 2023

January 2023

2023-01-0126:34

Jesus Espresso by Now Defunkt Dreamsville by Cathy Segal-Garcia Ready To Go by Big Al Staggs --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
What does elastic mean?  Elastic means able to resume its normal shape spontaneously after contraction, dilatation, or distortion. Elastic MC has received over 1 million streams. Elastic MC is a single that talks about being flexible with the ability to bounce back from almost anything that tries to stop progress. Official Website - www.keezmcmusic.com Official Video on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf-qq35L4fE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
You should submit a Video Biography but it should be brief and should be about your Past Projects, Current Projects and your Future Plans.  You can send us a Video Biography that you by yourself or you can email us to schedule a Zoom Recording director@ywptv.com www.ywpnnn.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Chris Lewington has been a musician since his early teens when he first picked up the guitar. His first love was not pop or rock music but movie themes and his earliest musical heroes were the likes of Ennio Morricone and John Barry. Later in his teens, listening to the singer- songwriters of the time he started to write songs. “It struck me how someone like Paul Simon or Leonard Cohen could wrap complex themes of love, life and existence up in just a 3 or 4 minute tune with a timeless melody” Ready for the stage Chris  started his first band, called The Silence, in the early 80s and released his first singles, “A Car in Denmark” and “The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter,” The Silence also feature alongside the likes of Julian Cope on the the cult compilation, “A Splash of Colour”, that followed the early 80’s psychedelic revival. By the mid-eighties Chris had formed The Bicycle Thieves, which had a similar style to REM and Lloyd Cole. With The Bicycle Thieves, Lewington penned the singles “Ghostdance” and “Louise,” both of which received airplay on Radio 1. “Louise” would go on to win the 1989 TDK Songwriter Award. Another single, “Waterfront” received a lot of airplay and some notice on the UK Charts. Chris also got the chance to work with the renowned producer Tony Visconti during this period. In the early 90s, Chris returned to his singer- songwriter roots as he started a new project called The Famous Blue Raincoats, a folky acoustic style band that performed in smaller sized venues in and around London. A compilation album of their work is available now on streaming sites. During the 90s and 2000s, Chris concentrated on writing new material to pitch to publishers. It was not until 2018 that Chris set aside time to finally release his first official full- length album as a solo artist. “Technology had advanced to the point that you could make decent recordings for release using just a laptop and recording in your own home”. Hence the title of the album, Landells Road, named after the street where it was recorded, and as a sort of homage to The Beatles’ Abbey Road. The retro amalgam of stylistic sounds found on Landells Road reflects Lewington’s love of classic artists such as The Beatles, Love and Scott Walker as well as contempories like Bon Iver, Calexico and First Aid Kit Chris's second  album “Riverside" was released on the 10th August 2020. Like Landells Road the album was entirely produced and performed by Chris using just a laptop in a bed room. The title is again after the road in which he lived. This time there was perhaps a more pastoral feel to the album now that Chris had moved to the countryside by the river. There was a very English feel to much of the record including songs about the PreRapaelites and a setting of a Rupert Brookes poem. There was also more of a 70's singer songwriter sound to many of the tracks. But still that classic and timeless songwriting feel through all of the 12 new tracks. . This year Chris continues to record and release music with singles Colour Her Gone, You Better Go Your Own Way, Tears From A Loaded Gun, Small Neck and It's Going To Be Okay on release and available to stream on on all digital platforms. The tracks will also feature on the new album" Starfish Memories" along with other tracks reflecting both the personnel and world events. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbERFVUZpm2mcDg2xwPPVMg --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Do you know how to set your Freelancer's Rates that is both fair to you and to your Clients? What about working with others to setup their campaigns? Should you let them know that they have to pay the fee you will have to pay so they can expect you to add your fees on top of the fee you have to pay to get the project done? Do you know the Elements you need to include when you are Submitting Your Music for Music Licensing and Music Placement? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Video Biography on YouTube Click Here Keez MC was raised in Harlem but lived in the Bronx. Keez MC got approved to distribute "The Best of Keez MC" through AWAL which is owned by Kobalt Music Group, via a collaboration venture with LHMPR Radio Music Distribution. Keez MC started collaborating with Host Yvonne Wilcox and LB Management on November 23, 2015 back when LHMPR Radio was called Virtual City Radio. The message to Keez MC from Music Executives is "Through your dedication and hard work, you have begun to build a body of work that will become a key component of your success. We are pleased and privileged to be with you on this journey". Keez MC's Motto is "Believe in Me" Keez MC latest release is the single ‘The Truest’. He is an artist out of New York, raised in Harlem and lived in the Bronx. Over the years he’s released numerous albums and amassed a good size following. His albums have also received award nominations, and ultimately awards themselves. Keez is a hard working independent artist, grinding at this for over a decade now. Any artist that can stay at it this long, deserves some respect. The latest release by Keez MC is ‘The Truest’. The track isn’t too over produced, leaving that real and raw sound. As he says in the track, he’s an independent artist that doesn’t believe in record labels. Something we can get behind for sure here. The beat is relaxed and allows Keez none stop lyrical flow to stand up strong.  Official Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Born Frank Tochukwu Anyaoha, has always loved and been around music. Frank Tochukwu aka Oluwa Domin8, like every other Artist had humble beginnings as a chorister in church at the age of 15, Oluwa Domin8 started playing musical instruments like the guitar and keyboard at 17. He hooked up with ace producer and hit maker Samklef in 2011 and became the latter’s sound engineer. By 2012, Oluwa  Domin8 recorded Wizkid first hit single which was produced by Samkelf, Oluwa Domin8 has worked with a vast array of producers and musicians, ranging from Ex-O and Phenom of Knighthouse, to Curte Browne (Unilags Finest), Emmsong, Magneto, Yung6ix, Skales, Dammy Krane, Yung L, Overdose, Jaywon, DJ Tony Blaze, NPZ, Steaze, Dubi (Da' Pulse) and Ric Hassani just to mention a few. Oluwa Domin8, being a fine singer himself and not resting his oars on production alone, Oluwa Domin8 released a couple of singles which really attained massive airplay on radios and became favorites to club DJ’s. Records to his credits include EP Album "STILL HERE".  My first EP album "Still Here" received over 7,000 plays on all music platforms! Thank you guys! I'm very grateful! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLFk_tleOis bookdomin8@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Learn More About Keez MC via LHMPR Radio Podcast Show Blog here Keez was raised in Harlem but lived in the Bronx. Keez MC got approved to distribute "The Best of Keez MC" through AWAL which is owned by Kobalt Music Group, via a collaboration venture with LHMPR Radio Music Distribution. Keez MC started collaborating with Host Yvonne Wilcox and LB Management on November 23, 2015 back when LHMPR Radio was called Virtual City Radio. The message to Keez MC from Music Executives is "Through your dedication and hard work, you have begun to build a body of work that will become a key component of your success. We are pleased and privileged to be with you on this journey". Keez MC latest release is the single 'The Truest'. He is an artist out of New York, raised in Harlem and lived in the Bronx. Over the years he's released numerous albums and amassed a good size following. His albums have also received award nominations, and ultimately awards themselves. Keez is a hard working independent artist, grinding at this for over a decade now. Any artist that can stay at it this long, deserves some respect. The latest release by Keez MC is 'The Truest'. The track isn't too over produced, leaving that real and raw sound. As he says in the track, he's an independent artist that doesn't believe in record labels. Something we can get behind for sure here. The beat is relaxed and allows Keez none stop lyrical flow to stand up strong. Listen below and follow him on social media: #Listen #Share #HipHop #Rap https://apple.co/3ciA4P1 Keez MC was raised in #Harlem but also called the #Bronx his #Music Birth Home! Especially on Twitter @KeezMC TikTok: @keezmc48 Facebook.com/KeezMC1 Instagram: @keezmc48 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Byzantine Interview

Byzantine Interview

2022-08-0608:13

Byzantine is a new edgy Hip Hop group from Baltimore and Philadelphia whose music represents a light in a dark period. Adopting monikers of Saints of the Byzantine Era, these masterful artists use cautionary tales, songs of hope and good vibes paired with grit from the streets to offer a refreshing aura to the world of Hip Hop.  The four artists who make up the group are St Justinian, St. Leo, St. Phocas and St. Zeno.  Together they’re introducing their unique sound and style to the world with their second single “WATER”. “WATER” is the follow up single to the group’s lit first single “ILL,” which was featured on SWAY in the Morning, BET/MTV Jams, DTF Radio, Air it Out Radio and various other mix shows throughout the country. When asked for the meaning of their latest single “WATER”, each member gives their perspective of the song which; echoes the same profound message; “Water” is about making the change in one’s life that takes you out of harm’s way. According to St. Phocas, the big picture for the group is creating music that is thought-provoking, aggressively challenging, and inspiring through its personal and sometimes convicting messages.  “We want people to understand we’re not talking about the same things everybody else is talking about,” St. Phocas said. “We’re not degrading our women or our brothers and sisters.  We’re making songs that sound good and have a deeper message.” “Each of us individually has a different sound,” St. Leo said. “I’m more laid back, while St. Zeno and St. Phocas are more animated than myself. When we come together, we blend well together.  We’re all carrying each other, and we all bring that same level of talent to the table.” Official Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
I learned a lot about my Mother, I even learned why her friends nicknamed her Hot Chocolate. I listened to her story and I also know why her heart turned from Hot to Warm then to Cold based on the things she went through and the things she had to deal with. Betrayal, Kidnapping, Divorce and Homelessness. Hot Chocolate is a Female who loves a good cup of Hot Chocolate 365 days a year, she loves it so much until people often compare her to a cup of Hot Chocolate that is not Hot anymore. She doesn't like to call it Hot Cocoa because she likes to think of it as Melted Milk Chocolate in a Cup. Hot Chocolate is a nice person but because so many people has taken advantage of her kind heart, she is no longer a Hot Cup of Chocolate in fact she is not even a Warm Cup of Chocolate she is the coldest cup of Chocolate anyone has ever been around. Hot Chocolate’s real name is Sandra Street, her Mother named her that because they were living on a street named Sandra Street. Hot Chocolate always wanted to ask her Mother why she named her Sandra Street just because that was the name of the street where they lived. Hot Chocolate has two sons, Lee Davis is twenty-four years old, and one year old DeShawn Street. Hot Chocolate is forty-three years old, and she is trying to teach both her sons about life to make sure they don’t make the same mistakes she made. A lot of things happened in her life, but the most recent downfall was the struggle she went through being a forty-two year old pregnant woman as everyone looked at her as being too old to have another child. The story starts with her calling her twenty-four year old son and asking him to come over so she can talk to him about life, being in love, breaking up, friends, saving money and the value of credit. eBook Text-to-Speech Enabled After You Read You Can Lend To A Family Member or Friend For Free  Paperback  Hot Chocolate, Why Are You So Cold? The Story Continues on Kindle Vella  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
It’s no surprise the question we receive most often from podcasters is, “How do I grow my audience?” You’ve spent time and effort planning and creating your first episodes, or maybe you’ve already built up a solid catalog. But you might be lacking an audience size to match the quality of your podcast. If so, you’re not alone. Putting your podcast out there is a major first step—not to mention a great accomplishment. But word of mouth alone will only get you so far. To get your podcast in the ears of more listeners, you have to take the necessary steps to reach them. That’s why we put together these tips for growing your podcast audience—because whether you’ve had a show for a while or are just starting out, everyone’s story deserves a chance to be heard. Target your specific audience Before you commit to any particular growth strategy, try to narrow down your intended audience. While you may be thinking, “My podcast is for everyone!” keep in mind the key to growing your listeners is to find your niche. Rather than casting a wide net, pinpoint the unique value your podcast brings to the world and consider the audience who is most likely to listen to (and benefit from) your show. The more specific your topic is, the easier it will be to identify and appeal to your audience. For example, the “Growing Up Halal” creators speak to a very specific community that they identify with: young Muslim-American women who feel they don’t have an adequate platform or representation. Similarly, Angela Belt’s podcast, “The Mood Board,” focuses on the “intersection of race, culture, and interior design”—a concept very specific and unique to her interests and identity. If your show switches topics, genres, and tones, you may want to narrow your focus in order to attract consistent listeners. Research your podcast audience In what part of the world do they live? What are their interests? What other podcasts do they listen to? Anchor’s built-in analytics can help you track down demographic data and trends with your current listeners—dig as deep as you can to put yourself in the mind of your audience. Do your own research to find out where your listeners are most active online. Do they use social media platforms? Do they follow particular hashtags or subreddits? Figuring out where your audience already engages will help you learn where and how to reach them. You can start by asking your listeners via an Anchor Q&A or Poll. Connect with your listeners Once you’ve identified your audience, it’s time to connect with them. Some platforms might deserve more attention than others depending on your audience, don’t be shy about where you promote your show. Connecting with your listeners starts with getting the word out on any and all channels where you can reach them. Focus on building a community around your podcast. By creating opportunities for listeners to engage with your podcast and each other, you can foster a sense of community that’s rewarding to be a part of and builds a dedicated following. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Dubb City , Trilly , & Nitz are three brothers that grew up in a small town called Bridgeton New jersey. Losing their father at a very young age gave them no other alternative, but to stick together and Learn How To become men on there own! Dubb City which is the middle age brother dibbled and dabbled within the industry for over a decade. he started his career performing with his former group 85609. Dubb city Was Given a chance to experience what it was like to be on tour opening up for former Roc-A-Fella Artist Young Steff and this experience pushed him to become a more groomed and more developed artist. Meanwhile his other two brothers N.I.T.Z. and Trilly were learning to become artists themselves by writing and recording at a very low budget home studio that they invested in themselves. Dubb City heard and liked what he was hearing, so he decided to Add his element to they're rough and unpolished, but yet interesting sound. Now keep in my mind that these three never had any intent on becoming a hip hop group until one fateful night magic was a created in the comfort of their own home studio! a record they recorded called wat dey talking bout Feat. Kannon set the stage and forced the three brothers to unite and take this hip hop genre by storm! On this very night Torrez was born. They went from Torrez to Torrez Soundz and now Torrez Soundz Ent. the reason for this is because their talents do not only lie in music alone. they also have the ability to entertain and inspire you in all other creative ways as well. #TorrezSoundzEnt #BornToWin When you step into my world, you step into a world of a man who is nothing like anyone you have ever known nor ever will. This world of mine is like no other and it's a world of grim, gloom, beauty, love, hate and contradiction! Therefore, I truly implore you to be very careful before stepping inside and please understand that when you do step in. You will embark on a journey along with a man who is on an important mission that will be met! Not only will that mission be met, but destiny will also be fulfilled as well. Thing After Dark on Apple Music Official Site N.I.T.Z. Bio Video Interview With 3PN Podcast Welcome To The World Of N.I.T.Z. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
Learn more about Old School Legendary Original MC War Flattop aka DJ Flatty Flat Black on Spotify  Born and raised in the Bronx, I have been a Hip-Hop DJ and MC since I was 10 years old. In 1985 I started War Flattop Production Record Label. Twitter - @djflatyflatblac --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lhmprradio/support
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A Music Fun Fact Broken Home by Echo Mirror Butterflies Dance by Kent Holmes Elements of Music Submissions Extra Wild by Ali Angel Fire by The Fabulous Gabriel Hotel Room by clide Insatiable by Draaco Aventura Kaleidoscope by To The Moon Known by Prince Lit Last First Kiss by Michelle Rose Let Me Go by Argonauta Locked Away by Dionne BLAIZE Love Is A Beautiful Thing by Shelia Moore-Piper Music Career information - How to get your Single Reviewed MusicSubmit Runaway by Shawa Spellbound by Aya Ito Summer Winds by Funktastic Players Supastar (They Know Who You Are) by REYN --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ywpnnn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ywpnnn/support
Every Month we Feature Recording Artists and Musicians we discovered via MusicSubmit, here is our list for March: America by Echo Mirror Be Apart by Francis Jocky In Excellence by Michelle Miller Bell Mellowtopia by Jazzy Rita Shelby Elements of Music Submissions MusicSubmit Step by Rob Young Wain Ellega (Where shall we meet) by Faisal Al Kooheji  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ywpnnn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ywpnnn/support
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