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Canadian singer-songwriter Russell Lee releases music video for “Picture”

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Canadian singer-songwriter

Russell Lee releases music video for “Picture” from his second album What Do I Do

Music is a true calling and a fundamental way of life for Russell. While living in Nova Scotia back in 2005, Russell wrote and recorded his first album titled In The Night. In 2008, Russell moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he continues to write and play music today.

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Breakaway Daily interview: urban artist Daved Kiiing sheds light on the New World Order 

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Daved Kiiing’s new single New World Order (Visionz) is a conscious type of political foreshadowing of our world and what things may be soon to come.  The song is crafted to sound like a conversation. Kiiing did this as a way of sparking the audience’s thought process; a way to get people to think, and visualize the word play and lyrics in the song.

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Spin it: Elizabeth Anne Mall [EAM] “Belle Laide”album

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A classically trained musician, indie artist Elizabeth Anne Mall [EAM] grew up in Kansas and learned to play piano at twelve years old. Her latest album “Belle Laide” is taken from a French term used to describe unconventional beauty.

EAM says, “To me, it fits so well because this album was born from both beautiful and difficult personal experiences.”

Drawing from pop, classical, and electronic influences, “Belle Laide” creates a unique musical experience.

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Women in the entertainment industry: Breakaway Daily interview with indie filmmaker and actress Jill Jaress

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Jill Jaress is a producer, director, writer and President of her own production company Got a Laugh Entertainment. The first comedy she created, Someone to Love, screened at Cannes to a standing room only audience in the Short Film Corner and went on to win eleven laurels in other Academy-qualifying and international film festivals.

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Breakaway Daily Interview & Review: Mustafa Ozalcin’s debut fiction novel, “When The World Becomes Braille,” looks at the signs around us

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One Night in the 90’s is the first book from the trilogy series When the World Becomes Braille by Mustafa

Ozalcin. The story is told first person from the perspective of the character Chris, through what he describes as a diary.

During a London weekend

we see Chris and his lifelong friends meander through relationships, drugs and violence.

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Latoya Ward tackles the character of Bobbi in That’s What Up movie

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Upcoming actress LaToya Ward plays the character of Bobbi in the soon to be released indie film, That’s What’s Up. It is a film about the glitz, glamour, grind and hustle centered around the music & entertainment industry. It also looks at how the journey for some seeking stardom unfolds. 

LaToya will be in Newark, New Jersey this Thursday, 28 July 2016, for the sold out red carpet and private screening for the film.

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Indie artist Wolf Critton releases music video for “Foolish Thing”

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Filmed at Safe Harbors Anne Street Galley and Directed by Shelby Coley, the video holds the meaning and artistic expression of Wolf Critton’s new song “Foolish Thing.”

The Goal of Safe Harbors is transforming lives and building communities through housing and the arts. The mission of the gallery is to provide exhibitions, events and programs that encourage a greater public understanding and appreciation of contemporary art across cultures and between generations.

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Breakaway Daily interview with bestselling author J.J. Hebert about his self-publishing book company & his love for Harry Potter

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J.J. Hebert first made a splash on the literary
scene back in 2009 with the launch of his debut novel, Unconventional, an
inspirational book that quickly landed on Amazon bestseller lists and, over
time, sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. The success of his novel allowed him
to expand MindStir Media (the
company he initially started to publish Unconventional)
and to start taking on author clients to help them replicate his success.

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