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  • Changing The Music Industry As We Know It

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    As time continues to change, so does the music industry as we know it. Artists of different races, genders, and differing music styles continue to emerge and create top hits on the charts. However, some of these artists chose not to associate with major record labels, or sell any of their music to them. These are the people bringing about the real changes that ought to be recognized and discussed. For this paper, I decided to look at the group Postmodern Jukebox, their background as a group, their

  • Analysis Of The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill

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    The second book of Thessalonians, part 2 verse 7 says, "For the secret of injustice doth as of now work: just he who now letteth will let, until the point that he be taken out the way". Lauryn Hill, an American artist, rapper, and performing artist, who is otherwise called an individual from the Fugees, put out a standout amongst the most noticeable collections of the 90s entitled The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. A standout amongst the most politically charged tunes on this collection is additionally

  • The Effects Of Music On The Music Industry

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    Nowadays many people try to convince other people that censoring music on the radio and CDs is not a right thing as censorship can hide a meaning of the song. There are a lot of different factors why many people want their songs to be the way that the songwriter writes them. But these people usually forget that there are many more factors why songs should be censored. On the other hand, people want songs to be сensored because uncensored music can highly affect young children, limit the exposure

  • Death and We Real Cool Essay

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    Death and We Real Cool "The sluggard’s craving will be the death of him, because his hands refuse to work" (Proverbs 21:25). The Bible makes a very clear statement in this passage as to how being lazy can be the cause of one’s death. "We Real Cool" is about seven African-American high school dropouts who want everybody else to think that they are cool. These teenagers explain how they stay out late playing pool, fighting, sinning and drinking. Though they think they have everybody

  • Personal Narrative: What I Learned From A Prison?

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    I just recently finished my prison sentence and one thing is very clear to me, I will never go back. I got one thing on my mind and that's to go out and make my money but this time the right way. Only problem is no one will hire a felon. I’ve applied to almost every job on the east side of chicago but let's face it, no one wants to hire a 6’5”, 240 lb guy fresh out the yard. I can't blame them I can be a bit intimidating. I started thinking hard about what I'm going to do.Sleeping at the shelter

  • The Poem ' Grenade ' By Bruno Mars ' Album Doo Wops & Hooligans

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    “Grenade” is a song from Bruno Mars’ album Doo-Wops & Hooligans. Which debuted in 2010. As you take a look at the album cover you see a man walking down an unoccupied and never-ending road. This shares a common theme with the song “Grenade,” with a guy feeling lonely and anguish. Mars’ song tells a tale about how he got heartbroken, by a girl that seemed to have never loved him. He sings about how he gave her his all but she do the same in return. It’s a heartbreak song that any young teen can relate

  • Personal Narrative : My Family Relationship

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    the corner she saw the flashing lights and knew we took that road. Right then is when she got the call. I turned in circles trying to take in the madness that was ensuing us but it was very difficult without my glasses. I felt like Velma in a Scooby Doo mystery, and wondered if I was going to have to wait days before I could see clearly again. There were cars passing by and even a bus passed with all of the kids peering out their small windows to see what had happened. My mom’s embrace brought all

  • Negative Influence Of Barbie

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    a bunch of cartoons but the one show that affected me the most was Scooby Doo, it had a very positive effect on me growing up because it taught me how to work together as a team, never give up on anything and to do the right things because when you don’t there will be consequences to pay. I recommend this TV show to all children because it will positively influence them in their life growing up in this cold world. Scooby doo taught me how to work together as a team because when the gang would be trying

  • Examples Of A Memoir Essay

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    Memoir I was eight or seven, I lived in Gallup New Mexico at the time. One day in the summer my mother, cousin and I decided to visit our uncle Paul. He was an older man but very athletic he had his own home gym in his basement. When we got to his house he and my mother sat and had a grown-up conversation, me and my cousin Jerry decided to go explore the basement. In our uncle’s basement, he had four rooms. One had a huge pool table, another one was filled with weights and matts for yoga, the third

  • Characteristics Of The Mystery Gang

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    what teams immediately come to mind? You may think of your favourite NHL team or even your childhood basketball team. One group you may not have considered could be the Scooby-Doo Mystery Gang. Extensive evidence has been compiled to argue that the Mystery Gang exhibits many of the qualities of an exceptional team. The Scooby-Doo Mystery Gang should win the Ultimate Best Group of All Time in the History of the World Award because of their unparalleled group dynamics and cohesion, accomplished through