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New Song by Razah Inspired by Meeting With Author Agron BelicaSalem-News.com
“R&B Sensation Razah reaches out to controversial author Agron Belica and blesses him with a new single 'Street Educated' dedicated to his life struggles and his come up.”
(NEW YORK) - The well-known Jamaica-born music artist Razah has just written and performed the new song Street Educated, recorded on this CD for the first time. It is his musical response inspired by a chance meeting at the office of his partner, Michael Sanders, with Agron Belica. Michael is an international basketball player and training specialist, active especially in the Middle East and Europe. He recently published his first book, Everday I Ball. He and Razah had started a company called Justus Music Group.
Michael and Agron had been going over a book that Michael was working on when Razah dropped by. He became more interested in their casual conversation when he learned that Michael and Agron had grown up together in Waterbury, Connecticut, and attended the same grammar school, Sacred Heart. In answering Razah’s questions, Agron described his “lost years” as a rootless street youth that threatened to destroy him until he rediscovered his Muslim roots a few years ago and turned his life around.
In 2008, Belica published his research article The Revival of the Prophet Yahya and has caused quite a stir in scholarly circles. In 2009, a new theory was born, The Crucifixion: Mistaken Identity? John the Baptist and Jesus the Christ. With no formal advanced education, he offers new interpretations of certain key words in the Quran along with his challenging theories about the role of John the Baptist in the Crucifixion and has attracted the attention of well-known scholars in the field of comparative religion, such as Dr. Laleh Bakhtiar, the first American woman to translate the Quran into English, the noted university professor, Dr. Mahmoud Ayoub, and the author and translator, Dr. Jay R. Crook.
Having survived being raised in an urban area surrounded by crime, violence, and drugs, thanks to a strong-willed mother and his love for expressing himself in music, Razah could empathize with Agron’s struggles and his achievements and he wanted to commemorate their meeting and the beginning of their friendship with a new song: Street Educated, dedicated to Agron Belica. This song is to inspire anyone who is facing adversity to persevere and overcome it. Razah knew what it was to struggle through difficulty and disappointment, but he has never lost the optimism that is reflected in his music, such as in Feel So Good, that he dedicated to his loving mother.
R&B sensation, Razah, has done it again! Razah, a true R&B stallion with his unique sound and style...who gave us hits such as Feels So Good, Rain, Higher, and Where do we go from here.. The star who graced us with his compilation that included some of the hottest names in Hip Hop and R&B including 50cent, Rihanna, Rick Ross, Akon, and Lil Wayne to name a few...Razah, the R&B guru is back with nothing more than exclusiveness, as he never disappoints with his new single “Heartbreaker of the Year” Featuring D-blocks Sheek louch off is new Ep called “Champion” dropping in November following his summer anthem “Keys to the City” featuring Harlems Capo himself Jim Jones, and brooklyn’s own Maino. It doesn’t stop there Razah will be back with another smash hit flooding the airways called “RADIO (turn it up)”
To book Razah for shows and appearances please call Justus Music Group at 347 551 6946 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also Follow Razah on Twitter at twitter.com/iamrazah, Razah's official web site: www.myspace.com/iamrazah www.iamrazah.com alsowww.iamrazah.ning.com and facebook.com/razahmusicgroup facebook.com/justusmusicgroup
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