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Interviews

ENTREVISTA EXCLUSIVA CON LA COACH ESPIRITUAL ANAIS FERNANDEZ

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INTERVIEW WITH EARTH’s SHELL CEO ESTEFANI GERMAN

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INTERVIEW WITH CACAO TROPICAL CEO PAMELA ARIAS

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DJ Blazita

Q: How do you feel being one of the most well known Female dj’s in all of NYC?  A: In all of the world you mean? I’ve made a name for myself with mix tapes, I spin parties throughout the country, and I have my own radio show on ThatsHipHop.com. I was one of very …

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DJ Arsonist

Q: What do you do on your time off? A: Various things working on mixes for the radio or new mix CDs , photoshoots overall spent time with my daughter Q: If you weren’t a DJ what would you be doing? A: Tough question I love music that’s what I do but if I had …

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DJ Amo

Q: When did the name DJ Amo come about?  A: DJ Amo (Pronounced Ammo) was my B Boy & Graffiti Tag Name Since 1981. In 1984 I Started DJing & Kept the Name. I spell it with 1 M because when I did Graffiti I didn’t like the 2 MM’s Together. So to all those …

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Shy Unica

Q: What is your alias or the name you like to be called by? A: Shyunica Q: What is your nationality?  A: Im Puertorican and Dominican – raised in PR Q: Do you consider yourself a freak in the sheets? A: Thats something to actually find out to whom is fortunate lol but i do …

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Bachata Real

Q: What is your idea of a perfect date? A: I love to cook so that would be definitely in the plans. I could go on and on but i’ll leave it at that…(= Q: Do you believe in karma? Soul mates? Destiny? A: Karma, oh yeah. I think it gets us all in the …

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Chito Rock

  Q: Where did the name “Chitorock” come from?  A: Well, the origin of my name is deep rooted. My mother dubbed me “Machito”, because of a very close family member had a similar nickname. My name evolved during my teen aged years in the streets. Q: As a Hispanic artist that has come in …

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Black Labol

Q: How did the name Black Labol come about? A: Back in 2000 I had a friend who identified herself with one of my songs and said that for her it was labol in her life, and since I am also dark skin, so there for comes “Black” and that is how my name came …

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El Big Man

Q:How do you feel being a well known dominican artist singing in the dominican festival in orlando in form of thousands of people?  A:I feel very poud of myself, because I am doing what I like to do. I feel very good, because I shared the stage with others well known artist of my country. …

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Q:How do you feel being a well known artist as part of a group now doing your solo thing?  A:I feel blessed to have the opportunity to still conquer fans from all over the world. I feel very lucky and gratefull. Q:What do you like to do on your time off?  A: I like to …

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Q: What is your alias or the name you like to be called by? A: The name that I am usually called is Chiqui Q: What is your nationality? A: I was born in Miami, but my parents are Cuban and Nicaraguan Q: Are you a full time model? A: No, I am originally a …

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Q: What is your alias or the name you like to be called by?  A: Rosa Acosta Q: What is your nationality?  A: 100 % dominican Q: Are you a full time model?  A: yes I am Q: What do you like to do on your time off away from modeling?  A: Spend time with …

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Maffio

Q: Where did your career begin as a producer? A: My career in the music started in Brooklyn, N.Y. at the age of 6 when I performed “fleur De Liz” by Ludwig Van Beethoven in my school auditorium. I created my first original piece in the Dominican Republic at the age of 12. My first …

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Prince Royce

Q: Being one of the top artist so early in the game how do you feel? A: I’m very thankful to everyone that supports me and my music. I think it is very difficult coming out as an artist that no body knows, and be able to be accepted the way I’ve been accepted by …

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