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Brit Awards – Brits 2012

Posted by on Feb 26, 2012 in News, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Brit Awards – Brits 2012

Tweet The pioneers of today’s current British Pop Music industry took on the red carpet for the 2012 Brits Awards. Rihanna, Adele and Coldplay were some of the winners of this years awards. Taking the highlight this year was Adele with her multi-platinum album ’21’ which is named MasterCard British Album of the Year for BRIT 2012 Awards. The album topped the charts around the world in 2011 with singles ‘Rolling In The Deep’, ‘Set Fire To The Rain’ and of course – ‘Someone Like You’. So far the album has sold over 17 million copies worldwide. Critics choice went to Emile Sande. A special Brits appreciation to music was dedicated to Whitney Houston’s sad death on 11 February 2012, “During her quarter-century career, Whitney Houston picked up five BRIT Awards nominations and in 1994 received the award for...

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New show on Ujima Radio – ‘Fresh 4 You’

Posted by on Feb 26, 2012 in News | Comments Off on New show on Ujima Radio – ‘Fresh 4 You’

Tweet Five of the ladies from Bristol’s dance crew ‘Fresh’ will be raising & discussing hot topics each week & playing RnB & Hip Hop. The Fresh lady presenters are Alisha, Chane, Charleen, Elyssa & Sacha. Tune into Ujima Radio on Wednesdays from 7- 8 pm. Facebook: ‘Fresh 4 You’ fan page – where you can find out more info of the show, get involved in debates, suggestions for topics etc. Email: fresh4you@ujimaradio.com Twitter: @FreshDanceCo    ...

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British Boxing

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Tweet A career in boxing has always been one of the options for some young people aspiring to be sportsmen and inspirational figures like Muhammad Ali, George Foreman or Frank Bruno have been loved and accepted as legends of the sport that is seen as babaric to a few. Ok its 2012 and a time when young people need positive role models in all aspects of life,many search for hope in the arts, media or sport and  those that apsire to enter the world of boxing need inspiration in a positive manner….what does this clip do for UK sports is it positive or negative? Comments …....

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Apprenticeship Event showcasing training and employment opportunities in the Bristol area

Posted by on Feb 26, 2012 in News | Comments Off on Apprenticeship Event showcasing training and employment opportunities in the Bristol area

Tweet Over 300 young people attended an Apprenticeship event on the 7th February. On the anniversary of Ujima Radio CIC’s media partnership with the Western Training Network Provider’ event. The 2012 event took place upstairs @ Bristol, with over 50 employers showcasing training and employment opportunities in the Bristol area. Ujima continues to promote Apprenticeship opportunities through our weekly show “Be Who you want to be “ Wednesdays 8-10pm....

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Mobo Tour Artist Empror is the MOBO Unsung competition winner for Bristol area

Posted by on Feb 25, 2012 in News | Comments Off on Mobo Tour Artist Empror is the MOBO Unsung competition winner for Bristol area

Tweet Dangerous! After entering track Dangerous, (Duppy Beatz ft. Buggsy & Splitz P) for the MOBO 2012 Unsung competition Empror was chosen as Bristol’s finalist as part of the upcoming MOBO tour in Bristol. FREE INDUSTRY TAKEOVER: To further support talent in all areas of the music industry, The MOBO Tour 2012 (with thanks to Urban Development’s ‘Industry Takeover’) and in collaboration with Bristol Music Foundation (www.bristolmusicfoundation.com ) will provide workshops and seminars for The Industry Takeover at the Watershed . Industry experts from well respected organisations including SB.TV, RWD Magazine, PRS for Music Foundation, SJM Concerts, artists on the MOBO Tour and more will all be sharing their insider industry knowledge, answering questions and offering advice to audiences across the country. And all for FREE. Locksmiths Leicester supporting talent in the music industry and local projects. The Industry...

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