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Featured Artists 
 
TheUnderGround Poetry Lounge features Memphis' most thought-provoking poets. Words, Feelings & Sounds that compel one to action.
 
 
 
Rashad "Izzy" Coleman
Rashad "Izzy" Coleman
a native Memphian, Rashad entered the world and had been "smiling since 1993." A 2011 graduate of White Station High School and student of Wesleyan University. In 2009, he founded the high school spoken word organization, P.O.P.P.I.N. Its goals is to foster genuine expression via the contemporary art of spoken word, P.O.P.P.I.N. becomes an incubator for effective people by enforcing the highest cognitive processes, life long skills, and generating a sense of self; all the while producing skillful artists at a young age. Currently, Rashad works for Wesleyan's Center for Creative Youth where he shares his love of the spoken word via teaching workshops and seminars on hip-hop and its artistic practices.
Najwa Eintou Watson
Najwa Eintou Watson
“‘I am...’ It's so limitless.” A Memphis native, Najwa Watson has been writing ever since primary school, but it was the death of her father in 2004 that made poetry a significant outlet for expression. She writes because it's in her soul to… “I write for me, for those who dont have the ability or confidence to speak & for everybody who is open and willing to hear.” A 2012 graduate of White Station High School, Watson attends Clark-Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA. As a member of the student organization P.O.P.P.I.N., or Party Of Poets Performing Incredible Nuances, she has participated in the following Poetry Slams and/or Open Mics: Culture Shock at the University of Memphis (2010); 2nd Place in the 2011 Grizzlies Poetry Slam; 2nd Place in White Station High Talent Show (2012) and Live Seed’s UnderGround Open Mic. Her style is versatile, raw and motivating. Her words are of her soul and can’t be defined with just one adjective and she doesn’t say anything less of what she really feels. Overall, her desire is to motivate and uplift people with her work.
Ramon "Rhetoric" Jones
Ramon "Rhetoric" Jones
I was born in the Blues'd city of Memphis,TN and cultivated in arid artistic soil. My style is versatile and speaks to issues that plague not only the city but the world. I have released one cd in 2009 entitled "Writer's Block" and a book/cd combo entitled "art.write.is." In "Writer's Block", I touch on issues that I saw in and around my dwellings. "art.write.is" is compilations of my "in the now" experiences. It is things that I saw, felt, did and wrote through. I have performed in several cities and numerous open mics around the country. I have featured in several cities and continue to thrive as a spoken word artist. I am often described as one of Memphis's break out poets and am known in Memphis's poetry scene. They call me the guy who answers a "yes/no" question with 1000 words. I have been performing since 2008 and expand my poetic prowess every year exponentially. I have a 365 degrees philosophy. 360 degrees only returns you to your current position, but if you change yourself a different degree each day of the year, you end up with 365 degrees of change. Just enough to keep you the same but also enough to show you have grown. www.rhetoricjones.com
Jason "Da Hater"
Jason "Da Hater"
Da Hater aka Jason Harris is a teacher at Whitehaven High School. His school has recognized him with the Most Inspirational Teacher award 3 times. Plus, his satirical style of rhyming has given him title, " A Real Hater".
Eli-Jah Gann
Eli-Jah Gann
a native of Los Angeles, CA, Elijah Gann is the second oldest and only male child born to a family of five girls. Finally, settling in Nashville, TN, Gann graduated from John Overton Comprehensive High School in 2001. He studied philosophy the University of Memphis and graduated with a B.S. in 2007. As a Teach for America fellow, he began his teaching career as a special education teacher. Currently, he works for Bridges, Inc. as a Curriculum and Facilitation Specialist and is studying for his Masters in Special Education from Grand Canyon University.
Brayana Alexandria
Brayana Alexandria
Brayana Alexandria Memphis,TN Kirby High School Senior c/o 2013 "If being different is a drug, then call me the world's first addict, because I refuse to get high off the mediocrity of our cookie-cutter society." I have been writing for about (estimated) 10 years I have performed at Africa in April, The UnderGround Open Mic
AZ Truly
AZ Truly
AZ Truly was born and raised in Memphis, TN. Truly was inspired by the very thing that would destroy the average person. Through the death of her beloved brother, Darius E. Truly, AZ Truly found her explosiveness, her pain, her delivery, her passion…her poet. It is this event that brought AZ Truly from writer to performer in the poetry world. Before she was performing she was putting pen to pad for nine years and know the pen is the spoken word and the pad are the ears of the audience as she scribbles experiences and insights on the minds of the masses. She has blessed the many venues in her time performing as a poet and an actress. Being reared as an actress and having the influence of her brother Darius E Truly, who was a poet and actor, AZ Truly has a mixture of arts that make her a dynamic poet and performer. She blazed stages in many acting performances which include: “Duran Duran: Beyond Therapy”, “Wanda’s Visit”, “Playhouse on the Square’s Solo Monologues.”AZ Truly’s style is a passionate whirlwind fury and experiences that provides the audiences with true to life renditions in cutting edge fashions. She is a lady, who will never fall into the stereotypical female poet mold. http://mylifefromatoz.com
Lexxus Phillips
Lexxus Phillips
Born and raised in Memphis, TN, Lexxus Phillips has been a visionary and dreamer her whole life. Fueled by the socially awkward years of middle school, she began to write as a medium to the feelings and thoughts swirling within her brain. Now a senior at Central High School, she has written over 60 poems that echo her personal experiences and dissection of the world around her. Years after the beginning of her poetry, her style has now matured into something that is often metaphor-laced, deeply personal, and sometimes scathing, whether she is referring social injustice or her personal trials. She has been a two year participant of the Delta Fine Arts Poetry, Prose, and Theater Program, and she placed third in her school's poetry slam. She is also in the process of beginning a poetry workshop program at her church, Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church. As a soon to be graduate, she is determined to continue perfecting her craft through college and into adulthood. With her love of people, she hopes to become a child psychologist and philanthropist and use poetry as a means to giving children a voice everywhere. In her eyes, verbal expression is a freedom often taken for granted by those who have it and it should be used to fight for that same freedom for those who are kept from it, whether it be by personal barriers or social oppression. She chooses to lives her life with hope of dying on the forefront of a worthy cause. She believes her poetry is not just for herself, it is also for a world of people who lack their own voice.
Kezia the Poet
Kezia the Poet
a Memphis native, grew up writing poems and short stories. With subject matters relative to her young life, she grew to develop a lifelong love of words. kezia has been blessed to effectively convey inspiration, motivation & Christ to audiences around the country including New York, Baltimore, Chicago, Atlanta and California. Ultimately, kezia's goal is to reach the masses with the message of Jesus and the message of hope and love. Her debut album, matters of the heart, was released in December 2009. With scripture as the foundation, kezia passionately imparts the importance of witness & ministry, the pursuit of God, the love of Christ and more. www.keziathepoet.net
Joseph Sorrentino
Joseph Sorrentino
Joseph Sorrentino -Memphis, TN -White Station High School -Junior -c/o 2014 -"you cant love anybody till you love yourself" -I've been writing for one year,but I'm a confident, dynamic and a cold M.C.! -MidSouth GrandSlam SemiFinalist -Member of White Station's poetry club: P.O.P.P.I.N.
Sherri Kilpatrick-Hand
Sherri Kilpatrick-Hand
“I write to express myself. It's easier for me to express my emotions in a concretized lyrical fashion. I never say the wrong thing when writing. Writing is freeing.”A native Memphian and high school Language Arts educator, Kilpatrick-Hand graduated from Whitehaven High School (1998); Rhodes College (B.A. 2002); University of Memphis (M.A.T. 2006) and is currently pursuing her Masters in English at the University of Memphis. She began writing poetry in the 4th grade, “I don't know how to describe my style. I just write. Sometimes the words flow into my mind quicker than I can transcribe them.” She has been writing since she has been breathing. It is her way of therapeutically releasing energy. Currently, she is an educator at East High School.
Artistik Approach
Artistik Approach
ARTISTIK APPROACH is a group of individuals expressing their creativity through a medium called music. The members are terribly renaissance, being that they are multi-dimensional in their artistic abilities: From painting to designing and from dancing to acting. When they come together with their musical talents, they come to it with an ARTISTIK APPROACH. www.artistikapproach.com
Shana Jay
Shana Jay
Shana Bibbs Hampton was born to Antonio C. Bibbs and Jennifer M. Bibbs Kilgore on July 31, 1980. She graduated from Whitehaven High School. Shana resides in Memphis, TN where she is a loving mother of two children. She is a leading expert in customer service at which exceeds expectations with respect, professionalism and a spirit of caring. She has written her first book of poetry entitled “A Piece of My Heart. This book derived from journal entries that developed into poetry overtime. It consists of different seasons in her life that were good and bad but through it all she still managed to overcome with the help of her intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Writing, for her, became a release that helped her to peel away layers of her soul that she wants to share with you. www.shanajay.com
TamE
TamE
Michelle Montgomery
Michelle Montgomery
WoodStar
WoodStar
Scott-Lynn X
Scott-Lynn X
Jasira Montsho
Jasira Montsho
T-Remedi of ICS
T-Remedi of ICS
Inner City South (ICS)-a dynamic spoken word and performance art duo who share more than just the love of poetry. Comprised of the husband and wife team Ms. Dee-Lite, a stiletto wearing Diva and feminist whose straight forward style demands the respect of the stage and T-Remedi, an artist and visionary who is a masterful story teller with captivating word play that focuses on change, they both strive to display community, love and unity in their marriage and to the masses. Whether in the classroom, producing plays, or performing center stage they use their unique southern style of poetry to communicate life through art. www.innercitysouth.com
Whitney "CoolBreeze" Thompson
Whitney "CoolBreeze" Thompson
Gran Gran
Gran Gran
Ari Hotep
Ari Hotep
F.w.Love
F.w.Love
R. Patrick Evans is furious with love as his pseudonym “F.w. Love” indicates. As passionate as he is eloquent, his spoken word poetry has been on the Memphis scene since 2001. He has participated in numerous poetry slams in the Mid-South area, and named winner of the Common Ground (Memphis, TN), Little Rock Arts Festival (Little Rock, AR) and three time winner of Poets in the Street (Little Rock, AR) poetry slams. In 2005, he was one of the first Mid-South poets to release a debut CD, Conversations In Love that not only showcases his talents as a poet, but validates his voice as one of the future minds against the socioeconomic injustices of our world. He is also a co-founder of HypeLife Arts and Live.Seed, organizations that promote the arts for adults and youth, respectively. Co-owner of The HUB Lounge, Evans developed this space to be ground zero. As he aspires to help transform the landscape of Memphis through the creative and performing arts while creating a network of artists and community activists, F.w.Love is an artist who “practices what he preaches” in his spoken word. In his spare time, he is a freelance speechwriter, ghostwriter for local recording artists, proud father and husband. Originally he is from “the great state of Mississippi” (Hattiesburg, MS), but currently, resides in Memphis, TN.
Tiffany Mishe'
Tiffany Mishe'
a Memphis Native, Tiffany Mishe' studied theater/drama and graduated from Watkins-Overton High school for the Performing Arts in 2006. Founder of SpeakPoetry Memphis and in collaboration with SouthernWord, she teaches poetry workshops for schools, community organizations, churches, etc. A co-host of the Brinson's Open Mic on Thursday nights and Caritas Open Mic.
Kerry Johnson
Kerry Johnson
Kerry Johnson, currently a freshman at the University of Memphis majoring in International Business pursuing a career in Artist and Relations. A graduate of Houston High School where he developed an interest and studied creative writing under the tutelage of Ms. Karen Garrison. His experiences of street cyphers and spitting free styles got him into writing poetry and music. His interests extend past poetry and music as he trains to be a member on the University of Memphis tennis team. His family and friends know him by Kerry Johnson but all of his work is done under the stage name of Advokate because he is a gospel artist advocating faith in Jesus Christ. Kerry has only competed in one competition but has done five shows. In his spare time he likes to listen to Frank Sinatra and watch Love Jones.
C.Jay
C.Jay
A native Memphian, born and raised in the suburban area of Westwood, C.Jay began her journey at Watkins-Overton High School for the Creative and Performing Arts where she studied creative writing and dance. Graduating with honors, she attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and University of Memphis. In 2011, C.Jay launched Live Seed to fulfill her dream to start a nonprofit using the arts as a tool to mentor and inspire Memphis youth. A teacher, natural healer of sorts and strategist; she is an activist and child advocate…. representing the least of those who cannot speak until they find their voice. C. Jay is a works in Memphis City Schools, the director of Live Seed and co-owner of The HUB Lounge with her husband and spoken word artist, F.w.Love. Live Seed believes that we must nurture our “live seeds,” or our children, so they can understand the significance of Sowing seeds, faithfully waiting for them to Grow & Reaping the fruit of their labor. Where Attention Goes, Energy Flows….Live.Seed is her mission, but a better Memphis is her vision.
Kelsea Comb
Kelsea Comb
I am a 17 year old Spoken Wordest.I use my Spoken Word as an outlet and an influential tool.I try to educate and inform through the words that come from my heart.My life, just as many others, has not been a crystal stairwell.I have and I know I will continue to face adversity throughout life.However, I believe my mission to help and be a change in this world is my motivation.It drives me not only in my everyday life, but in my education as well.
Master of the Skies
Master of the Skies
Master of the Skies got his start writing poetry at the age of 15 in 1999 when he was exposed to spoken word by an upper classmen in high school via a poem entitled Time. From that day on he was forever sparked inwardly though he wouldn’t become a serious writer and performer until 22 years of age. At 22 he was convinced to forego Sunday Night Football and attend an open mic at Eyecon Barbershop. Upon attending he was then convinced to perform a poem entitled Trust No One. His raw emotion shocked the crowd because it was completely opposite to his off stage demeanor and in that moment Master of Disguise was born. He was known as Master of Disguise from 2006 until the end of 2008 when he wrote F*@k A Recession. At the initial moment he didn’t see the transition but upon examining the end of the poem which flowed into his possession effortlessly the need for a name change was apparent in the words of the poem. “I see clearly there is no disguise…I am the best of the best the highest of the high.” Simultaneously with the name change came exposure to Black Consciousness through Anthony Browder’s book Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization. That one book sparked an even deeper innate spirituality for Master of the Skies to express through his spoken word. He was referred to by one supporter from New York as being a cross between Malcolm X and Public Enemy. Raw, riveting, spiritual, mystical, prolific, explosive, and ethereal are just a few words to describe his energy, delivery, and words. Every time his pin embraces the page he embarks on a spiritual journey and he invites listeners and readers to travel with him. Master of the Skies, the one who is forever seeking higher heights to express through his spoken words which has organically evolved into more than just words but an entire way of life
Michael "Fhamous" Royal
Michael "Fhamous" Royal
Lyricist & Poet White Station High graduate 2012 New Orleans native Currently lives in Memphis, TN Words I live by: "My heart is a treasure, that's why I keep it in my chest."
Courtney "Frensco Carter" Rodgers
Courtney "Frensco Carter" Rodgers
Rapper/ Lyricist White Station High graduate 2012 Words I live by: "Hip Hop is my passion and I just want to share it with the world."
Kiña del Mar
Kiña del Mar
Kiña del Mar is a poet and singer/songwriter whose music is a tasty blend of groovy pop and hip-hop, slow simmered in a hearty rhythm and blues base. Born in Memphis, TN, she began her music education as a student of the local Soul Classics 103.5 radio station. Additional studies took place in her father's record collection, in after school piano lessons, and in the alto saxophone section of one mighty high school marching band. Though music and poetry had exerted a gravitational pull throughout her earliest years, a serendipitous stint among some of Nashville's Music Row junkies eventually motivated her to view art as more than a mere pastime. It has since become her passion
Raven Writes
Raven Writes
Virghost Memphiasco
Virghost Memphiasco
"K97's Next Big Thing" of 2013, Virghost started off as a Spoken Word Artist in 2008 under the Memphis based marketing group Hypelife, Virghost was quickly influenced by other poets in the Bluff City such as Phatmak, Lenny Cain, and Hardface. Virghost quickly became one of the top Spoken word artists not only in the city, but in the whole Mid-South region. He used the success from his Spoken Word talents to finally purse his true passion of Hip-Hop and Emceeing. Although he was well know for his Spoken Word abilities, he still rapped on the side under Memphis record label Memphis Boy Productions, releasing one Spoken Word/Hip-Hop mixtape while with them and 2 more under his present label Point Blank Entertainment." I think people really started to take me serious with rapping when I dropped my underground single "Order 66 (Lyrically Ruthless)." That took it to another level." says Virghost. He released his debut EP "The Invisible Man EP," a 7 track introduction project, under Point Blank Entertainment and gained a substantial buzz and the respect of many fellow rappers and emcees throughout the Memphis Hip Hop Scene. On October 29, 2011 he released his debut album "The Memphiasco" which includes hits like "Dr. Manhattan", "Constellations (Ode to a Queen)," and "Bluff City Part II." The album was received with extremely positive reviews and pushed Virghost to become one of the most respected Lyricists and Emcees in the city of Memphis. Virghost then used his new gained attention and began organizing and putting together live shows and events around the city of Memphis such as the "Memphop Winter Jam 2012" and "Memphop @ The Planet.The second single from the album "Flying Nimbus," is a laidback southern-styled track mixing East coast Hip-Hop and Early 90's Memphis Rap. It is gaining much momentum around the Memphis Hip-Hop community and keeping fans thirsty for the album. With all the Hype surrounding the new album, Virghost could very well become the prolific Hip Hop Artists that he dreamed to be as a Spoken Word Artist.
Megan J
Megan J
Megan Jones Somerville, known as Megan J an American R&B recording artist songwriter and entertainer. Born in West Memphis, Arkansas. She lived in Little Rock with her mom. Megan always knew she wanted to sing as a child when she used to watch Star search and Showtime at the Apollo. Her mom's friends used to pay her to sing when she was five. Megan moved with her grandmother to Jeneatte, Arkansas, Earle, Arkansas and Finally West Memphis, Arkansas again. At the age of 14, Megan recorded her first single "Pick Myself Up" with Marty Martin and the Shekinah Singers including Teddy "The Kickman" from the Band Fre Sol. Since then Megan has been singing in high school choirs and various talent shows. She tried out for Memphis Idol and Won a chance to be at the very front of the line. Megan started to travel right after high school to perform around local areas such as St. Louis, Atlanta, Little Rock, Mississippi, Memphis and many more cities. She learned how to record her own music and mix and master her vocals. She recorded her first album entitled "Supernatural" in 2004. She decided to take a break and focus on School. After she got her Associates Degree of Applied Science, She started to pursue music again with a local company "Majestik Entertainment".There, she performed around Memphis,TN in various locations. In 2011 Megan dropped her first mixtape entitled M.E. (My Experiences). In 2012, Megan released her latest album, "Stages."
Malaika Salaam
Malaika Salaam
Malaika Salaam is… entertainment manager. promoter of GREATness. sharer of awesomeness. eccentric. abcedarian blogger of purple hair and converse at malaikasalaam.tumblr.com. adventures in malaika. the motivator. the griot. the oracle. 1/3 of the trinity. #consciousratchet original. boss lady salaam. Memphis Roller Derby newbie. triflin’ tweeter. feng shuier of facebook newsfeeds. rebel without a comma. overuser of #hashtags and ellipses… camera phonetographer. naturalista. flexitarian. foodie. womb warrior on a mission. educator. homeschool advocate. mom. watcher of people. collector of things. writer of words. la bruja. knower of information. seeker of knowledge. lifelong learner. inspired by color, sound, and light. flier not faller. in the midst of living her 3th life, the beauty.full one
Writeous Soul
Writeous Soul
I am a Spoken Word Artist also known as a poet, nothing more, nothing less. I turn pain into poetry. As a Slam Poet, I perform at poetry slams and events throughout the country. If you want to know more about my work, check me out on YouTube under Writeous Soul...or you can follow me on Twitter @writeoussoul. Stay connected to Writeous Soul.
Verse
Verse
Originally from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Verse aka Aaron Jackson is a spoken word artist who transforms his words into true verses. A poetic lyricist who uses his art to comment on our world: "...there's a war going on outside that no man is safe from. Mobb Deep said it best, but rather than walk around with teflon on my chest, I'll just keep writing sick stuff giving my pens no rest. My words will turn more than highway wrecks that give you rubber necks that are soft like fake breasts. Don't test my logic because you can't stop it..."
K. Tarae Hayes
K. Tarae Hayes
Memphis native and 2014 graduate at Melrose High school located in the historical neighborhood of Orange Mound, K. Tarae is not what he appears to be. Seemingly quiet, but explosive with his word play. His poetry brings audiences into the caverns of his mind with conspiracy theories, political schemes, biblical mysteries and historical faux pas. His motto is " how would you know unless you ask the right questions?
Lyrette Brown
Lyrette Brown
Native of the Orange Mound, TN and future graduate of the class of 2016 at Melrose High School, Lyrette uses her words like an artist would a paint brush. She shows the stories of urban teen girls and brings it to your front door.Engaging, yet gritty her poetry is honest and Christ-centered. For she believes, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
Ronald Davis
Ronald Davis
A poet with grown man frustration and experiences. His words are fluid yet flow directly to a purposeful destination. His genuine style and colloquial connatations make his pieces universal and powerful
Aisha Raison
Aisha Raison
Aisha Raison has proven to be one of the strong, young feminine poets of our time. Creative and outspoken, her poetry will move you and create new food for thought for the mind, body and soul. Aisha-spoken word artist, photographer and producer-has recited poetry all through the south since 1997. She created Afrodeesiack Press in order to publish on her own and help others as well. With her feminist image and her sexual words, she won and toured several southern poetry slams and readings and performs in coffee shops and college stages, retelling stories that influence and inspire those that have yet to have a voice.
Dassia' Rose
Dassia' Rose
Rhonda Dassia' Holloway artistically known as Dassia Rose is a short story author, spoken word artist, blogger, singer, songwriter and substitute teacher from Memphis, TN. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English from Lane College. She performs poetry, features and hosts events at various venues and churches. She is a member two choirs for which she sings both lead and background vocals. She is currently at work on a short story and a book of poetry. Visit her at www.dassiarose.com.
Butta MD
Butta MD
Butta MD is a refreshing presence in the world of spoken word & rap, "where Scripture meets Hip Hop". Rhyming since she was 12 years old, Margaret Deloach, is a native Memphian professionally known as, Butta MD. Due to a gospel, piano, and freestyle foundation, Butta MD grew into a female lyricist, who was determined to shine in the midst of her and others, struggles and triumphs. Over the years in developing her craft, Butta MD entered talent shows, open mics, and freestyle battles in school, churches, and around the neighborhood. Yes, music was Butta MD's dream although graduating from college, became her reality. In May 2010, she received her Bachelors Degree in Music Business, Cum Laude. While in college, she achieved even more. Placing 3rd (2008) and 1st (2010) in the University of Memphis, Blue Tom Record Label Idol Search and 1st place (2010) in the University of Memphis, Q-Apollo- Talent Show. A year out of college, she then placed 2nd out of the top four finalist, which began with 60 artists, at the 2011, Inaugural Memphis Music Launch, in which she performed at the historic New Daisy Theater, on Beale Street. In 2013, Butta MD made it to the Top 50, out of a National Gospel Competition with GMC TV., with her hit single, "Brighter Day". Even though, that song has uplifted so many hearts and spirits, she recently digitally released her single, "Warrior" (We Made It), from her debut EP, entitled, "Da Nu Norm; We Made It" June 2014. She dedicates this album to her late mother, who passed August 2013, to Breast Cancer. "Da Nu Norm, EP includes a collection of six heart compelling songs, she wrote while her mother was battling cancer and you can hear the pain, stories, and triumphs, throughout every song. Butta MD's mission is to change the face of hip hop music, by healing, helping, and coming from the heart, in everything she does. You can find all her music online via, Itunes, Google Play, Amazon, Band Camp, and more, as well as physical copies, at any of her live shows. With genuine, soulful, and uplifting tunes, she continues to encourage and inspire through performing, writing, speaking, and singing. Now as she is propelled up to her next level, she's determined to pass down to the next generation; her music but most importantly the awareness that "anything is possible, if you only believe, keep God first, and KEEP GOING!" -Butta MD www.buttamd.com 901-643-0126 Buttamusic@gmail.com
Larry Cashmere
Larry Cashmere
I'm a 24 year poet from Milwaukee but I've been in Memphis quite a while I also sing dance act and do motivational speaking I strive to express my full emotion power and spirit through out my poetry seeking to lead and guide people positively and through gods will
Jarvis Williams
Jarvis Williams
an educator, poet and thinker. I AM..says it all..
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