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As an ambassador for Greenpeace, Alejandro is embarking on an Arctic trip in order to highlight the need to protect the north pole's unique ecosystem and to check on the dwindling glaciers and the polar ice cap. Sanz said, "It’s the most important environmental battle because it is one of the few places on Earth where an environmental balance still exists. Much is at stake and what happens there affects us all." The Spanish Grammy award winner posted a photo of what his children gave him for the trip...a Dora the Explorer backpack, socks and Winnie the Pooh ice pack.
10 Jul 2013
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The Home Derby has a Latino performance line-up. Set to take the field in New York for a performance at the midsummer classic event is Pitbull. He is expected to sing his hits "Don’t Stop the Party" and "Feel this Moment." Performing the national anthem during the special on-field ceremony will be American Idol season 12 winner Candice Glover. Two-time Grammy award winner Marc Anthony will sing "God Bless America" during the 7th inning. Following the Home Run Derby, an all-star charity concert benefiting Hurricane Sandy victims, will feature a special guest appearance from Mariah Carey.
15 Jul 2013
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Alejandro Sanz will receive an honorary doctorate from the Berklee College of Music. According to Sanz’s record label, the Grammy award winner will be honored for his influence in music as well as his contributions to international causes. As the largest private music institute in the world, Berklee has recognized such artists as Chucho Valdez, Juan Luis Guerra, Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon, Sting and Willie Nelson. Alejandro took to his twitter posting, "I am immensely grateful for the honorary doctorate that will be given to me by the Berklee College of Music. A great honor."
31 Jul 2013
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Rahmad Jemiah Hawkins—was born November 13, 1990 in Buffalo, New York, to a talented musical family. His father is Process from Process and the Doo Rags, who was recently inducted into the Buffalo Hall of Fame. Throughout his childhood, he was surrounded by some of the great musicians of their day. As a result, Rahmad grew up listening to soulful R&B harmony that certainly influences his writing style today. Slyce started writing when he was in high school as a way to get through some hard times. Those rhymes turned into music when his brother helped him buy a Lexicon Breakout Box and Cool Edit Pro. From then on, Rahmad could be found in his bedroom closet recording music at all hours. Today he is making music his career. Influenced by his family and some of the greats like Rakim, Nas, Jay-Z, Naughty by Nature, Kris Kross, Ice Cube and others, he has recorded over one hundred songs. His sound is soulful raw and fresh hip hop. He now makes his home in Atlanta, Georgia and is touring around the southeast. Rahmad just released the first single on his new album produced by Grammy award-winner DJ Pain 1 called The Sorrow. Look for it on ITunes, Amazon music, Google Music and all of the streaming sites.
27 Dec 2016
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Healthabove60 is privileged to extend our geriatric home healthcare services to Grammy award winner Shri. Vikku Vinayakram. In this video he is sharing his experience with Healthabove60 services.
21 Feb 2017
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THE GORE BOYZ (TGB) VIDEO WORLD PREMIERE “KISSES FOR THE ROAD” Private jets, Lamborghinis and Grammy Award-winners. TGB have spent time recording with each in recent months. “VIDEO WORLD PREMIER” The Gore Boyz” released their summer anthem “Kisses for the Road” earlier this month. The song will “win the hearts of all the girls this spring and summer.
30 Apr 2017
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