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Inside many rivers to cross(ub40)

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UB40 are an English reggae and pop band, formed in December 1978 in Birmingham, England. … The band’s line-up was stable for nearly 29 years, from March 1979 until January 2008, when frontman Ali Campbell left the band, followed shortly thereafter by keyboardist Mickey Virtue.

The song was released in 1983 under the album (labor of love). The song is more about life, how you have been licked, washed up for years and you merely survive because of your pride.

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The original founder of the song is Jimmy Cliff. The song was released in 1969 under the album named Jimmy Cliff.

James Chambers OM (born 30 July 1944), known professionally as Jimmy Cliff. Cliff is a Jamaican, rocksteady, reggae and soul musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer, and actor.

Just into his teens, Cliff began recording soon after moving from the countryside to Kingston, making several singles before topping the Jamaican charts with his own composition, “Hurricane Hattie,” one of his earliest efforts for Leslie Kong’s Beverly Records.

below are lyrics;

Many Rivers To Cross

Many rivers to cross
But I can’t seem to find my way over
Wandering I am lost
As I travel along the white cliffs of DoverMany rivers to cross
And it’s only my will that keeps me alive
I’ve been licked, washed up for years
And I merely survive because of my pride and this loneliness won’t leave me alone
It’s such a drag to be on your own
My woman left me and she didn’t say why
Well I guess, I have to try many rivers to cross
But just where to begin, I’m playing for time
There are times I find myself
Thinking of committing some dreadful crimeYes, I’ve got many rivers to cross
But I can’t seem to find my way over
Wandering I am lost
As I travel along the white cliffs of Dover

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Socialite Vera Sidika Is Finally Pregnant

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Socialite Vera Sidika and his musician husband Brown Mauzo are finally expecting their first child. The two had earlier this week set a date to reveal the big news, which was today 16th June. Vera has officially announced to her followers and fans the news through her Instagram page.

The 55seconds video shows Vera flaunting her baby bump in beautiful gowns at a Nairobi Hotel. The bootylious socialite got married to her husband Mauzo last year. The two dated for a few months before they announced that they were officially married.

Vera moved her business last year to Mombasa in order to be near her husband and family. The two have proved to be so much into each other by constantly praising each other on social media.

We are so excited for the couple and we wish them all the best as they expect their first bundle of joy.

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Bahati’s New Album Featured On New York Times Square

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Bahati’s new album ‘Love Like This’ has been featured on the flashy busy streets of New York Times square in the US. Advertising at the square billboard is estimated to cost between $5000 to $50000 a day. Bahati’s album was launched barely two days ago and its the first album in Kenya to have over hundred thousand streams in 24hours.

The album has featured East African music icons like Rayvanny from Tanzania, Nadia Mukami, Jovial and many more. He released his first music video featuring Nadia Mukami “pete yangu” barely 24hours and already has 300k views on youtube.

The artist seems to have really invested in this new album. From the shoot, the launch and now an advertisement in one of the biggest rich cities in the world. He took to his Instagram to let his fans know that his album was featured in the big New York city billboard.

Bahati is international now, LOVELIKETHIS ON BILLBOARDS AT TIMES SQUARE-NEW YORK CITY!!! ” he wrote.

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Rapper Rick Ross on real estate, hot wings, and the benefits of mowing your lawn

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Miami rapper Rick Ross knows a thing or two about music. In 2006, Ross’ “Port of Miami” debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 albums chart and made “Hustlin'” a breakout hit that had music lovers singing, “every day I’m hustling, hustling, hustling.”‘

Fifteen years after he first hit the charts, Ross stands atop a growing empire, a boss, a true entrepreneur with a vast reach and an unstoppable drive.

Friends call him “Rozay” (pronounced rosé). The name came to him when he was just a young dreamer, admiring VIPs and celebrities and their sparkling bottles while partying at Prince’s Glam Slam Club on Washington Avenue in Miami’s South Beach before Rick “The Boss” Ross could afford rosé champagne. 

Rick Ross Birthday Dinner And Party

The moniker has served him well. Forget wishing. Today, Ross is a certified VIP. He has released 10 studio albums and long been an ambassador for Luc Belaire’s signature rosé premium sparkling wines and champagnes. Some special edition bottles feature an image of his face. Ross has authored two books: “Hurricanes: A Memoir” in 2020 and “The Perfect Day to Boss Up: A Hustler’s Guide to Building Your Empire” (available Sept. 7). Oh, and he owns more than 25 Wingstop franchises. 

Born William Leonard Roberts II in Clarksdale, Miss., Ross, 45, grew up in Carol City, Florida, and says he learned much of his business acumen from his mother. 

“When I became a young millionaire for the first time, I went to my mother because she had always been a registered nurse and worked two and three jobs. She always bought real estate. She came from Clarksdale, where the real estate was a lot cheaper. She would just keep buying houses. And I would say, ‘Mom, what do you think about the stock market?’ And she would say, ‘Son, I don’t really rock with the stock market. I don’t know much about it, but I know about real estate . . . So when you buy something, make sure you can touch it.'”

Rick Ross 40th Birthday Celebration

Ross wasn’t thinking about upkeep. He admired the property. 

“I looked at every curve and every up and downhill on the lawn. I was looking at the geese as I rolled by. I did that for years until one day, I saw the red for-sale sign on the gate and made a U-turn,” Ross says. 

Real estate followers know what happened next. Ross bought the Fayetteville estate for $5.8 million in 2014. He’s since made some changes and purchased another 87 acres adjacent to the main estate in 2019 for $1 million. While the estate, which includes a 350,000-gallon pool and a dining room that seats 100, is home, Ross is not afraid to put the property to work. For example, the estate served as the Zamunda Palace in Eddie Murphy’s 2021 sequel, “Coming 2 America.” Ever the businessman, Ross says he secured more than $2.5 million to let producers use the estate as one of several locations (Tyler Perry Studios was another). 

A Florida backyard features a waterfall and the waterslide.
A home cinema has seating and a large movie screen.

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