I’ve run the gamut on responses to this question. Some, which I assume are Non-Christian, favor Jesus’s humanity. Oddly Christians focus on his divinity, which I find misleading, given the message is in how Jesus lived his life.
Release Promo is an electronic music promotion service which consists of DJs, Press and other key industry figures who provide feedback on promotional releases. Based on those reactions, record labels can judge the strength of upcoming releases. Feedback from promo pool members is compiled in a top 100 chart and published on the website and in weekly emails. The top 100 charts play a major role in what other DJs and music buyers play & ultimately purchase.
FILM DESCRIPTION: Though he is the most-brilliant supervillain the world has known, Megamind (Will Ferrell) is the least-successful. Thwarted time and again by heroic Metro Man (Brad Pitt), Megamind is more surprised than anyone when he actually manages to defeat his longtime enemy. But without Metro Man, Megamind has no purpose in life, so he creates a new opponent, who quickly decides that it’s more fun to be a bad guy than a hero.
CLIP DESCRIPTION: Susan (Claire Forlani) and Joe Black (Brad Pitt) undress before making love.
FILM DESCRIPTION: The cycle of life on Earth hangs in the balance when Death becomes emotionally involved in this romantic fantasy. William Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) is a tremendously wealthy and powerful man who oversees a worldwide multi-media empire. Despite the loss of his wife, whom he dearly loved, William is content with his life, and he’s very close to his two daughters, Allison (Marcia Gay Harden) and Susan (Claire Forlaini). One night, as William is fighting a hostile takeover of his company and Allison is planning an elaborate party to celebrate her dad’s 65th birthday, William begins displaying the symptoms of a severe heart attack, and he is visited by a mysterious stranger, Joe Black (Brad Pitt). Joe is actually the angel of death, who has taken the form of a man who recently passed on to pay William a call. It seems that William is due to move on to the next world, but (no great surprise) he doesn’t want to go. Joe, on the other hand, is curious to know what life is like for mere mortals, so the two men strike a deal — William will have some time to get his affairs in order, and Joe will wait and see what it’s like to be a human being. Joe decides that he likes it very much when he falls in love with Susan, but negotiating the slippery slopes of romance is no easier for Joe than for any ordinary man. Meet Joe Black is an updated version of Alberto Casella’s play Death Takes a Holiday, which was adapted for the screen in 1934.
Bio Inspired by his father, an accomplished percussionist, performer and teacher, Idd Aziz’s passion for music begun at the early age of 13. Everyday after school, he would join his father and other performers on stage at the Bomas of Kenya to entertain guests from all over the world.
By the age of 15 Idd Aziz was already touring world performing and discovering his voice, before settling in Trondheim, Norway. While in Norway, Idd Aziz grew his musical experiences through collaborations with renowned musicians of varying styles and genres including Heing Siumaro , the Trondheim Orchestra as well as African greats like Angelique Kidjo, Salif Keita, Alpha Blondy and Youssou N’Dour.
In 2014, Idd Aziz relocated back to Kenya and was immediately immersed in performances, collaborations and being one of the most sought after studio session and backing percussion players. He released his hit single ‘Come Dada’ featuring Kenyan hip hop artist Kaligraph Jones and was of the Kenyan delegation of musicians who performed at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington DC.
Since his return, Idd Aziz has maintained a busy schedule of performances at various events and festivals including the Lamu Art Festival, Wilder Festival, Pawa 254 Fest among others. He was also a member of the Coke Studio Africa house band in 2017. He has recorded and released radio hit singles including the acclaimed ‘Kiswahili’ in praise the Swahili language that is common in the East African region.
Over the years Idd Aziz has been exploring all aspects of his music, in an effort to use it as a tool in different ways including healing. He is passionate about ethnic and cultural music and its place in African society and is a proud representative of his Mijikenda culture.
Other than being one of the most distinctive vocalists in the region, Idd Aziz is also an accomplished and dynamic percussionist having learned from his father. He also plays the guitar and flute and is not shy to experiment with a variety of percussions from all across the African continent. https://www.musicinafrica.net/directory/idd-aziz