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Jonell George, an entertainment and freelance writer, published author, poet, and wordsmith with material that has been both performed and published. As an accomplished writer, most of my work is geared but not limited to human relationships (life, love) as well as all things entertainment, poetry and web content. Writing gives me the freedom needed to say what’s on my mind and in my heart and get a true understanding of others. My focus is to deliver a simple yet powerful message for my readers.
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Originally posted on The Brisco Files:
Jill Scott made a comment during her performance on VH1′s Storytellers about her music selection process that stuck with me – She said that even without her, the music has to have a story of it’s own for her to write to it. Apparently she picks them well; Jill has the uncanny ability to connect to numerous demographics, an uncommon skill in today’s stratified musical climate. I’ve heard some joke that Jill’s songs are about either food or sex, and yet others that say Jill speaks to and for them. Honey Molasses is a compilation of the artists that feel that Jill’s songs could somehow help tell their story. Thanks to DJ Rahdu for selecting and mixing them for our listening pleasure. Welcome to the soundtrack of Spring!
Vlooper and Modlee – Honey Molasses
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Crown Royal – Record Breakin & Sun Circle Re…
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