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Damien Quinn – “A Message from the Dragon” (Prod. By Devereaux)

Damien Quinn taps in Devereaux for deliver “A Message from the Dragon”. A Message From The Dragon (The Prelude) [prod. by Devereaux] by Damien Quinn The post Damien Quinn – “A Message from the Dragon” (Prod. By Devereaux) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Devereaux, Damien Quinn


Q&A Interview With Wisconsin Horrorcore Veteran Damien Quinn

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? My first memory of hip hop in my life would be at 4 years old watching LL Cool J’s music video for Mama Said Knock You Out & running around the house singing it. The next memory I can remember, where I can say I fell in love with hip hop would be at 11 years old about ‘98 when my Filipino homie Mark showed me Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s debut EP Creepin’ On ah Come Up . I was definitely late to the game, lol. Who’re some of your bigge...
Tags: Hollywood, Indiana, Wisconsin, Jazz, Quinn, Denver, Seville, Kenosha, Mark, Sam Raimi, Jonestown, Plainfield, Esham, Q&A Interviews, Damien Thorn, Pavlovich


“I was told playing gay would hurt my career” Justin Xavier & Damian Quinn talk ‘Road Head’

Writer Justin Xavier on the set of ‘Road Head’ We’ve seen naked. Then again, so has anyone familiar with the cult holiday comedy Shared Rooms, about four queer couples falling in love on Christmas. Xavier appears as an actor in the film, and spends most of his scenes showing off his assets. Never one to show fear of artistic risks, Xavier has also added the role of screenwriter to his resume. His first film as writer, Sick For Toys (in which he also appears on screen) gained a cult followin...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, United States, San Jose, Alex, Mad Max, Max, Ad Friendly, Queerty, New York University, Trump, San Jose CA, Bryan, Justin, Xavier


Bournemouth fans lavish praise on Mark Travers after debuting vs Tottenham

Bournemouth 1- Tottenham 0 Bournemouth hosted Tottenham on Saturday in their final home game of the season. Eddie Howe’s side started the day in 14th place on 42 points and safe from relegation. Tottenham, however, needed to beat the Cherries to ensure they would be playing Champions League football next season. They began the day four points above 5th Arsenal who play Brighton on Sunday. BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND – MAY 04: Heung-Min Son of Tottenham Hotspur reacts after being shown a red card by r...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, Spurs, Tottenham, Epl, Newcastle, Mauricio Pochettino, Brighton, Sheffield United, Bournemouth, Jose Mourinho, Joe Hart, Eddie Howe, Afc Bournemouth