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Irish Songstress Tolü Makay Debuts Empowering New EP ‘Being’ | Music News

  Leading the charge in 2020 with singles “Let Me In” and recent hit “Don’t Let Go”, Afro-Irish songstress Tolü Makay officially releases her much anticipated debut EP Being.   Presenting her deepest thoughts succinctly in 7 tracks, Being shares the important life lessons that Tolü has learnt; the importance of self-love, self-assurance and self-confidence – to the sounds of[…]

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Afro-Irish Songstress Tolü Makay Unveils Gorgeous Single ‘Don’t Let Go’ | Music News

  Enjoying a brilliant start to the year with singles “Let Me In” and “Collide”, brilliant Irish-based talent Tolü Makay unveils “Don’t Let Go”, her newest single and the leading charge to her forthcoming album.   Delicately blending the sounds of Jazz and Soul, “Don’t Let Go” is carried by its guitar melodies and piano chords, with care and attention[…]

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Heather Jayne – Better Than This | New Music

  She may be young but she’s never used that as an excuse. Some may know Heather Jayne from reaching the semi finals of BBC’s The Voice, where she was mentored by both Boy George and Paloma Faith, but the 19 year-old singer/songwriter from Berkshire has already achieved a lot in her career so far, gracing the stages of The[…]

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Skinny Living – Let Me In | Music Video

  Skinny Living have just released the music video for their new single “Let Me In”. Their latest EP has recently been released via RCA Records.   The music video for “Let Me In” is very emotional, the two protagonists communicate through the language of the signs and also with mouviment and dance. The song and the video are perfectly[…]

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‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’: An Impressed Fan’s Opinion | Film Review

  War For The Planet Of The Apes is a recently-released action film starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn, Judy Greer, and Karin Konoval. It is directed by Matt Reeves, who is most notable for crafting the screenplay for The Yards (2000) and directing 2010 horror Let Me In. The official plot synopsis via IMDb reads: “After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own[…]

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