In Due Time by Quezel

Juanzel Harris, a 24 year old, D.C. native, Bowie State University graduate and currently works as a educator, teaching film production in PG County, MD. To his students he is known as Mr. Harris, to his musical audience he is the lyrical Quezel.

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AHS, A True Love Story

If you’re anything like me, you oddly enjoy disturbing images and get a kick out of gruesome movies and happenings. Not many people share the same interest as myself, so if you don’t that is perfectly ok too. American Horror Story (AHS) eloquently commingles horror and gory, with humor and realism. Mixing all those elements, thus gives you my favorite show on the entire planet and some seriously good entertainment, and if you are just now getting into it, shame on you!

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The Diamond Treatises Book Review

The Diamond Treatises is a good book for those 20something year olds that need an extra push in finding their purpose in life. The book doesn't give you purpose, but it inspires you to go searching for it. Ty was very good at using his life experiences to fuel his drive to always work on bettering himself.

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Ashanti x AKIA

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of this phenomenal woman is; creative, disciplined and ambitious. Ashanti Gray, Chicago native and fellow Bennett Belle, there's nothing she can't do. Everything she touches turns to gold and she is just scratching the surface.

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SAY LESS, Do More

Welcome to the District of Columbia, where struggle turns into motivation and success stems from dedication. Talent is inevitably visible in the nations capital and the youth are capitalizing off theirs skills. What's a better way to make money, than by dong something you love? Lester "Les" Coffield (@saylessking), 23, D.C. native, is the creative genius behind the infamous SAY LESS brand, which was established in 2014 and has been booming ever since. 

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Don't Be A Wife ToA Boyfriend: Review

A lot of the themes in the book deal with self love, understanding how important it is to value you yourself and having the strength to walk away from toxic relationships. I loved reading White's words, I related very well with some of her personal experiences. I liked that there was not too much man bashing, but more so self awareness of not so good situations.

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