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Spotlight on Aia de Leon

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Aia de Leon
 Photo by Bubuy Balangue

Indeed, everything has a beginning and an end. As for Aia de Leon, ever since she parted ways last year with her longtime band, Imago, she has been on a voyage discovering other creative outlets that will give more expression to her artistic inclinations.

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The ‘pillars’ purportedly holding up OPM have begun to crack

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I believe that all should have their time to shine. But when those preceding them do not recognize that they must now graciously step aside to give room also for others to take their respective place in the spotlight, they must remember that time has a way of catching up with them. And that time will come whether they want it to or not as this is how the “cycle” has worked in the local music industry since Day One.

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Leave the memories and classics alone

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The timeless Led Zeppelin. www.indiewire.com

After getting to listen to the cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” by Miley Cyrus… it left me completely stupefied at how bad it was!

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Single Review: “Problem” by Ariana Grande

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Grande--

Who knew the young woman with that squeaky sounding voice from a Nickelodeon show is this good, in fact, as a performer and recording artist ?

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Pharrell: From singing about lap dances to being “Happy”

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N.E.R.D.

It amazes me what transformation an artist can go through over the years… such as in the case of Pharrell whom a majority of young listeners even think he is a new artist. Sorry to burst your bubble, guys. Pharrell has been active–and has worn many hats, in fact–in the music industry for more than a decade already.

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