The iPhone XR will be available for pre-order on Friday, October 19. iPhone XR is packed with the newest technologies including the A12 Bionic chip with next-generation Neural Engine, the smartest and most powerful chip in a smartphone, which unlocks new experiences for immersive AR, games and photography, while still delivering all day battery life, lasting up to an hour and a half longer than iPhone 8 Plus.
These two brought their own warmth to a 20 degree day.
Tom prayed for snow and boy did it work. It was sunny and warm at their rehearsal, then by 10 pm, his magic rolled through. Hop over to hear more of their first look on @wearemattandjess.
Apparently yesterday was #NationalBossDay but everyday is #BossDay for us here @theplannerssuite so cheers to you for showing up to get stuff done and make stuff happen everyday! Where my bosses at? 👩🏽💻👨🏼💻👩🏻💻👨🏽💻👩🏼💻👨🏿💻🎉🎊💫 #theplannerssuite
Song of the Day - "Rock Your Body", by Justin Timberlake "Rock Your Body" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake for his debut studio album, Justified(2002). Written and Produced by Timberlake and the Neptunes, this song was released on April 8, 2003 as the third single from Justified. Originally was going to go to Michael Jackson for his album "Invincible" (2001), "Rock Your Body" found its home in Justin Timberlake's solo artist catalog. It charted at number five on the US Billboard Hot 100. It was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for sales of 500,000 and 400,000 copies, respectively.
The music video for "Rock Your Body", which was directed by Francis Lawrence, features Timberlake with several back-up dancers performing choreography within a multi-color lighted cube. This song unfortunately has gone down in history as a notorious track too, due to Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson's "Wardrobe Malfunction" at the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show.
Should You Take Requests as a DJ?
The age old question that DJs are always faced with, "Should I Take Requests?". The quickest answer to this is "it depends". It depends highly on the request and if it is suitable for the wedding, party or event that you're DJing. I know awhile back I was a huge fan of taking requests, but overtime I realized that you can't nor shouldn't play everyone's requests. If you're DJing a party that most of the listeners like Hip-Hop/R&B music and you get a request for Blink 182 then yes you shouldn't play it (unless you have an EDM remix that may fit the style of music you're currently playing). Always pre-listen to the song on your mixing console before you mix it into your current DJ mix. This is to make sure that it fits the style of music that you're currently mixing. Now some people may even goof with you and ask you to play something inappropriate as a "prank"; that's where you should use your common sense and best judgement.
That's just my take on taking requests as a DJ. What are your thoughts on it? As a DJ, do you normally do it or not? As a client booking a DJ, do you refrain from letting your DJ take requests?
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El primer tema promocional de nuestro artista @lavozdelcaribe NO CREO EN EL AMOR, ya se encuentra en todas las plataformas digitales.
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