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51 | You Like Brazilian Music?

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51 | You Like Brazilian Music?

This week we talk about:

Jacob Copeland ([0:08])
Quincy Jones ([20:00])
Bresha Meadows Free ([32:48])
White Nefertiti ([34:00])
John Moody ([38:47])
Stacy Dash ([41:25])
Pass the Mic Segment ([50:10])

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Music by: @nametag
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Executive Producer: Kennith B. Inge
Producer: Sophie Bryce
Recording Engineers: Kennith B. Inge & Modest Media LLC
Audio Engineer: Brandon White & Kennith B. Inge
Mastering: Brandon White
Audio Editing: Kennith B. Inge
Graphic Design: Sophie Bryce and Modest Media LLC
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