Sung Eun Choi is a multitalented music artist, lyricist, composer, and vocalist. He made a debut with his song “Let me Stop” in 2013 and since then, he has released songs like “Let Me Stop”, “I love Hip Hop”, “Spring Waltz” and “Sad Piano”. He prefers addictive and bright songs, and his New Age gives him warmth and comfort. His tracks Sad Piano and Spring Waltz were loved in many European countries and ranked on the iTunes New Age chart several times. He likes to experiment with many genres, but his favorite one is hip hop. He is also planning a few collaborations with other talented artists in the hip hop genre.
Opening its doors this summer for the first time will be a million dollar table tennis and racquetball academy located in Harlem, NY. The US Table Tennis Association (USTTA) has recently announced the hiring of the Trenton, N.J. native and former (U-21) Top-50 ranked player in the USA, Mr. Marques L. Morrison From 1993-1996, Morrison […]
Old Glory, a new film by Doug Inman, is taking a Remi Award for best Drama at the WorldFest Film Festival this week. In the film Hannah (Kristina Pilskaia) is viewing her military father’s personal messages recorded and addressed to her before his death. The deeper into the viewing she goes, the further the family […]
We’ve had a talk with talented Brazilian actor Cesar Brandi, who stars on the ambitious film Jaggers, currently in post-production and soon to be released in the US. Directed by Kathleen Harty, the film touches on the sensitive subject of mental illness and it is based on true events and letters written by patients of […]