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Bath, Somerset  United Kingdom http://www.youtube.com/c/frankmalcolmkembery Joined April 2005
I'M A FRANKLY RAPPER WITH LOTS OF ARTISTIC NAMES --- Sincerity BECOMES a CHRISTIAN Hip-Hop being that COMBOS Form and is just the TRUTH of something...
I am from the United Kingdom, Avon and Somerset. My real name is, Mr. Frank Malcolm Kembery and I was born on the 17th of June 1976. Life for me as an introspective introvert is like that of a urban street poet. I'm more of a artistic ambivert and proprietor of team brand: SINCERE. I have been a beat maker since 1993. I studied A Levels and a degree as a social scientist. I trained in 2011 to be a protocol detoxification therapist. After my GCSE's in 1991 I trained as a Commis Chef. I have also been a barman, DJ, postman and worked in a shoe shop. I was working before I left school because I grew up in a single parent family and was poor. I made and sold fudge and ice cream. I also worked at a local recording studio in admin but made lunches plus ran about with DATS and helped set up rehearsal rooms. I am a middle aged orphan now and have no dependants. I'm a registered performer and representative of PAMRA which merged into Phongraphic Performance Limited UK. I founded the indie web label and media publishing organisation team brand, SINCERE. We have other services too like SINCERE WEBCASTS here at SoundClick.
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KEEP PUSHING (HOOK)
KEEP PUSHING is a Spotlight song produced by the JEEJUH TEAM and featuring Rabbi Jonathan Cahn. It is meant as a tribute to sharing the faith. The title of the production is the lyrical direction to which Elkana took to and previously in other artistic material that is a means to reflecting on ones relationships and with God. It has a way of encouraging strength by going all out during overwhelming times points of pushing and the need to keep pushing pass acts of direct and indirect hijacking.
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After-all Sep 4
After-all, I wrote to the corporate deceitful sex offending murderers of the BBC in the 90's and they all hated me for my type of rejection plus wouldn't let me work as a performing artist. Then I formally complained about historical local Police corruption and was allowed to. Nowadays I have a public enquiry investigating regional towns councils and its social housing developer for conspiracy to corrupt via homicides and frauds. I'm suppressed in my hometown and find it very challenging to make progress as a tax payer. But, still I exist and won't give up. Serious societal problems are evermore perpetuating the daily troubles of life that politics and law try to alleviate.
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