sale on beats by dre headphones Zumiez Shoes to open soon at SouthPark Mall in Strongsville

design beats by dre headphones Zumiez Shoes to open soon at SouthPark Mall in Strongsville

Other brands include 10 Deep, Analog, Bitter Sweet, BigMouth, Inc., Almost Fabulous, Beats by Dre, Billabong, Converse, D Eminem, Free to Fly, Hex, Jansport, Mi Pac, Ray Ban, Roxy, Superga, Thread and Supply, Zoo York and many, many more.

Two other locations already exist in this part of Ohio, including one at Summit Mall in Akron and one at Belden Village in Canton. The retailer also has a spot in Columbus. This is the store’s first Cleveland location.

Shoes are carried for folks of all ages, including men, women and children. Despite its name and reputation for being one of the top stores in the shoe business, the store carries clothing and accessories, such as t shirts, pants, hoodies, shorts, jackets, hats and jeans. Many of the items carried at Zumies follow a grunge style, but other styles are also offered.

Some of the store’s current deals include 4 for $90 tees and bottoms, 2 t shirts for $30, 4 for $60 t shirts and 2 for $60 bottoms.

While construction of the new store has begun, Zumiez Marketing Department did not furnish a reply in time for this story’s deadline. As such, it is unknown as to the exact timeframe when the new location will open. It is expected that the store will open this summer.
sale on beats by dre headphones Zumiez Shoes to open soon at SouthPark Mall in Strongsville

beats by dr dre solo hd headphones zone Harrisburg now has a GoFundMe page

dr dre beats headphones reviews zone Harrisburg now has a GoFundMe page

War ravaged Harrisburg now has a GoFundMe page dedicated to aid those embedded in the war zone make it through another day.

No seriously. There really is a GoFundMe page (although the capital city is not war torn.)

The levity launched by a Harrisburg based marketing firm comes in the wake of the now famous remark made by Donald Trump shortly after his visit last week to the Harrisburg region.

Donald Trump campaigns at Cumberland Valley High School on Monday. Some time later, he remarked that Harrisburg looked like a war zone (from the air). Daniel Zampogna, PennLive Daniel Zampogna, Pennlive

The GOP presidential candidate commented that the city “looked like a war zone where you (once had) these massive plants.” Trump was referring to the aerial view he had from his private jet on Monday as he flew into Harrisburg International Airport.

Dozens of community and business leaders have decried Trump’s description of the Capital City.

Pavone, a marketing and public relations firm in downtown Harrisburg, launched the GoFundMe effort with a bit of light heartedness.

“A lot of it is tongue in cheek,
beats by dr dre solo hd headphones zone Harrisburg now has a GoFundMe page
” said David Shoffner, a senior public relations strategist with Pavone. “We are proud of our city, as most people who live here and have businesses here are. When something like this comes up, we take it with a grain of salt but we decided to have fun. It’s what we do as a marketing firm.”

‘Donald Trump has never been in a steel mill’; how he got the ‘war zone’ comment wrong

Inkeeping with the creative agency’s strategies, Pavone’s marketing campaign plays on the theme invoked by Trump.

Reads the synopsis on the GoFundMe page: “The scars of hardcore military conflict are everywhere. For example,
beats by dr dre solo hd headphones zone Harrisburg now has a GoFundMe page
Pavone employees have to drive at least 10 minutes for good Thai food. There have only been two new craft breweries to open in Harrisburg this summer. And Harrisburg still lacks an Urban Outfitters.”

wholesale beats headphones Zika virus

beat headphones cheapest Zika virus

Zika virus is a mosquito borne flavivirus that was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in monkeys through a network that monitored yellow fever. It was later identified in humans in 1952 in Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania. Outbreaks of Zika virus disease have been recorded in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. From the 1960s to 1980s, human infections were found across Africa and Asia, typically accompanied by mild illness. The first large outbreak of disease caused by Zika infection was reported from the Island of Yap (Federated States of Micronesia) in 2007. In July 2015 Brazil reported an association between Zika virus infection and Guillain Barr syndrome. In October 2015 Brazil reported an association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly.

The incubation period (the time from exposure to symptoms) of Zika virus disease is not clear, but is likely to be a few days. The symptoms are similar to other arbovirus infections such as dengue, and include fever, skin rashes, conjunctivitis, muscle and joint pain, malaise, and headache. These symptoms are usually mild and last for 2 7 days.

Based on a systematic review of the literature up to 30 May 2016, WHO has concluded that Zika virus infection during pregnancy is a cause of congenital brain abnormalities, including microcephaly; and that Zika virus is a trigger of Guillain Barr syndrome. Intense efforts are continuing to investigate the link between Zika virus and a range of neurological disorders, within a rigorous research framework.

Zika virus disease is usually mild and requires no specific treatment. People sick with Zika virus should get plenty of rest, drink enough fluids,
wholesale beats headphones Zika virus
and treat pain and fever with common medicines. If symptoms worsen, they should seek medical care and advice. There is currently no vaccine available.

Protection against mosquito bites is a key measure to prevent Zika virus infection. This can be done by wearing clothes (preferably light coloured) that cover as much of the body as possible; using physical barriers such as window screens or closing doors and windows; sleeping under mosquito nets; and using insect repellent containing DEET, IR3535 or icaridin according to the product label instructions. Special attention and help should be given to those who may not be able to protect themselves adequately, such as young children, the sick or elderly. Travellers and those living in affected areas should take the basic precautions described above to protect themselves from mosquito bites.

It is important to cover, empty or clean potential mosquito breeding sites in and around houses such as buckets, drums, pots, gutters, and used tyres. Communities should support local government efforts to reduce mosquitoes in their locality.

Vector control operations framework for Zika virus

Zika virus can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. This is of concern due to an association between Zika virus infection and adverse pregnancy and fetal outcomes.

For regions with active transmission of Zika virus, all people with Zika virus infection and their sexual partners (particularly pregnant women) should receive information about the risks of sexual transmission of Zika virus. WHO recommends that sexually active men and women be correctly counselled and offered a full range of contraceptive methods to be able to make an informed choice about whether and when to become pregnant in order to prevent possible adverse pregnancy and fetal outcomes. Women who have had unprotected sex and do not wish to become pregnant due to concerns about Zika virus infection should have ready access to emergency contraceptive services and counselling. Pregnant women should practice safer sex (including correct and consistent use of condoms) or abstain from sexual activity for at least the whole duration of the pregnancy.

For regions with no active transmission of Zika virus, WHO recommends practising safer sex or abstinence for a period of six months for men and women who are returning from areas of active transmission to prevent Zika virus infection through sexual intercourse. Sexual partners of pregnant women, living in or returning from areas where local transmission of Zika virus occurs should practice safer sex or abstain from sexual activity throughout the pregnancy.

of sexual transmission of Zika virus

Define and prioritize research into Zika virus disease by convening experts and partners.

Enhance surveillance of Zika virus and potential complications.

Strengthen capacity in risk communication to engage communities to better understand risks associated with Zika virus.

Strengthen the capacity of laboratories to detect the virus.

Prepare recommendations for the clinical care and follow up of people with complications related to Zika virus infection, in collaboration with experts and other health agencies.
wholesale beats headphones Zika virus

beats headphones earbuds zapping devices have shocking potential

discounted beats by dre headphones zapping devices have shocking potential

SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe designers of Halo Sport, a headband they claim can improve athletic performance by shocking the brain, say their device could one day also help improve memory, foreign language acquisition, even math skills. Ski and Snowboard Association, is now being offered to consumers.A presale sold out so quickly, the company says it has had to temporarily stop sales because of supply issues.”We’re really unlocking potential. We’re not really changing anything fundamental of the human itself, we’re just trying to get the most out of people.” said Dr. Daniel Chao, Halo Neuroscience CEO and co founder.But a Canadian expert says those claims haven’t been proven, and with no long term studies on the health effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), selling such a device to consumers is “irresponsible.””To me it almost equivalent to giving you an experimental drug over the counter and saying ‘just go with it, have fun’ because it seems to be producing interesting effects that you might enjoy,” said Gunnar Blohm, an associate professor at Queen’s University’s School of Medicine.Queen’s University Prof. Gunnar Blohm uses tDCS for his research into the brain’s sensory motor processing. (CBC)Halo Sport looks very much like a high end set of headphones (picture Beats by Dre or Bose). But between the earphones, on the inside of the headband, is a series of electrodes that Halo calls primers.”You just put it on like a regular set of headphones. We’ve engineered it so our primers go right over the part of your brain the special part of your brain that’s called the motor cortex,” said Chao.”The motor cortex is responsible for movement. So with any sort of movement training, what Halo Sport does, is it accelerates those results from any sort of movement training.”Halo’s primers send an electrical charge through the skull into that section of the brain. For a typical user, the charge will be less than 10 volts, a pulse of energy the company says will often go unnoticed or feel like a light tingle.Made athletes stronger, faster?From that small current, Halo’s co founder says it is achieving some significant results.”We worked with a group of college athletes,” said Chao, “And we were able to get about 12 per cent gains in leg strength over a two week period of time versus 1.7 per cent in a control group. So this is really exciting for us.”Those gains, Chao says, were the result of a process he calls neuropriming, stimulating a section of the brain which he says makes it more receptive to training cues.”The brain essentially becomes stickier to the repetition that you’re feeding it.” Chao says.Chao and his Halo co founder Brett Wingeier are among a growing number of scientists and entrepreneurs focusing on the rapidly expanding brain fitness market.
beats headphones earbuds zapping devices have shocking potential

dr dre headphones beats Z displaces Diddy atop

diddy beats headphones Z displaces Diddy atop

Four years later, that statement is truer than ever as the rapper, 48, knocked Diddy off the top of Forbes’ list of the wealthiest hip hop artists. (In fact, it’s the first time in the list’s seven year existence that Diddy hasn’t been No. 1.)

Remember when he launched a boycott of Cristal champagne in 2006 after a racist remark from a company manager bemoaning its popularity with rappers? Well, Jay not only stopped drinking and name dropping Cristal, he bought a stake in Armand de Brignac, a then fledgling bubbly business. According to Forbes, that investment, combined with one in D’Uss cognac made the difference this year, in tandem with his stakes in Roc Nation and his Tidal streaming service.

Who run the world? Beyonce and Jay Z, side by side

No. 2: Diddy,
dr dre headphones beats Z displaces Diddy atop
48, is still doing just fine with a net worth of $825 million. He, too, has major investments in liquor. His DeL Tequila label, a partnership with beverage behemoth Diageo was a bright spot over the last year. He also has a stake in Ciroc vodka.

No. 4: It’s a tie between Drake and Eminem, with each said to be worth $100 million. It’s the first appearance on the list for the 45 year old Eminem, who is back on the road after delivering Revival, his first new album in four years. Drake, who at 31 is the youngest man on the list, also relied on ticket sales. And not to be left out, he also has an equity interest in a liquor company, Virginia Black whiskey.
dr dre headphones beats Z displaces Diddy atop

monster beats headphones by dr. dre Youth series in Pictou County to provide outlet for musical talent

dre beats headphones sale Youth series in Pictou County to provide outlet for musical talent

community engagement sessions youth had said they needed a place to go to, to further their career in music, and they wanted to be able to have a stage to do that, says Jake Chisholm,
monster beats headphones by dr. dre Youth series in Pictou County to provide outlet for musical talent
who is helping to organize the event as program and events assistant for the Town of New Glasgow.

Out of that was born the idea for a youth coffee series during which youth could compete for prizes that would help them in their musical careers.

kind of like in a way our American Idol. competition is open to youth between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. They can perform as solo artists or as bands.

There will be prizes for the top three performances. First prize is for a four hour recording time with Shoebox Studios. Second place is a photo shoot with Nicefella Photography and a poster by Jay MacLeod. Third place will receive a $75 gift certificate for H Music.

As a special bonus prize, out of the first two coffee houses either a solo artist or band will be chosen to play on the youth stage for the 2017 Riverfront Jubilee.

Another will be chosen from the winners to perform on the youth stage at the Jubilee in 2018.

really excited because the youth wanted it, Chisholm said. theirs to have fun. will be specialty coffee and small snacks on sale at the concerts.

Some judges who have already agreed to take part are Karen Corbin and Shaun McLean.

wanted people on the guest panels that could provide the youth with really good critiques or advice, Chisholm said.

He hopes that these people can become mentors for the youth as they pursue their own musical career dreams.

The location will alternate between Murdock Park and in front of the New Glasgow library.

be a free concert for everyone to enjoy and listen to some tunes downtown,
monster beats headphones by dr. dre Youth series in Pictou County to provide outlet for musical talent
Chisholm said.

For more information on how to take part in the Stars of the Future competition youth can visit the Town of New Glasgow website or call Jake Chisholm at 902 752 4800.

beats headphones wholesale Youth beats experience as Visser gets another Dutch gold

the beats headphones on sale Youth beats experience as Visser gets another Dutch gold

Silver medalist Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic celebrates after the women’s 5,000 meters speedskating race at the Gangneung Oval at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. (AP Photo/John Locher) Silver medalist Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic celebrates after the women’s 5,000 meters speedskating race at the Gangneung Oval at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.

The 22 year old Visser won the 5,000 meters on Friday while 45 year old Claudia Pechstein faded and fell short of a fourth gold over the distance.

”It was a fun skate,” Visser said, undaunted but the multiple Olympic champions she faced.

Two time defending champion Martina Sablikova, who has been troubled by a bad back, gave Visser the toughest challenge until the final lap, settling for silver ahead of Russian skater Natalia Voronina.

Visser was hardly a factor in international skating until she qualified for the Dutch squad over Christmas. But on Friday, she gave the Netherlands a sixth gold medal out of seven races at the Olympic Oval and the first Dutch title in the event in 30 years.

Pechstein, who had won three titles over the distance and was still in great form this season, was seeking to become the oldest woman to win a Winter Olympic title. But she faded to eighth place, 15.20 seconds behind Visser.

At the Pyeongchang Games, Visser’s attitude was as lighthearted as her frame is slight. Although powerful legs usually drive long distance skaters, Visser weighs only 51 kilograms (112 pounds), the lightest of all favorites in the race.

Visser had a slow start but found her groove and clawed back into contention halfway through. Then she kept her flowing movement going, seemingly floating over the ice while some others ploughed through it.

Turning red with effort, Visser won in 6 minutes, 50.23 seconds, holding off the charging Sablikova by 1.62 seconds.

”Amazing,” Visser told Dutch broadcaster NOS. ”Zero times I skated against these girls, women actually. It was really my first contact with them. It worked out well.

”I would have been very happy with a second place or a place on the podium. But if you’re so close, you want to win. And it is cool that that happened.”
beats headphones wholesale Youth beats experience as Visser gets another Dutch gold

beat headphones studio Your Guns Need A Home Too The Manufacturer

justin bieber beats by dre headphones Your Guns Need A Home Too The Manufacturer

Access prevention is required by law in many places, necessitating a gun lock, metal gun cabinet, or gun safe. Gun safes have largely replaced the gun cabinets made of fine stained wood with etched glass fronts used for display that were commonly used decades ago, although some gun safes are made to resemble such gun cabinets.

Gun safes may include additional security features such as fire or water protection, combination lock, digital lock, and fingerprint identification.

Electronic locks well as mechanical locks are available on many models of safes. The highest reliability exists for mechanical locks, although they are often more time consuming to open than electronic locks. Some mechanical combination locks have key locks, too, that lock the combination lock dial from turning, thereby precluding casual attempts by anyone with physical access to the safe from trying multiple combinations in the hopes of unlocking the safe.

Some safes use live locking bolt technology and pry resistant metal to ensure the secure protection of its contents. Very clear easy to learn more about meet and make use of. Thank all your family members for going to be the great theme that usually Responsive. Im thinking including drumming in the air some of these controversy. He was entirely the right one This submit actually made my day. It may be the hard to educate yourself regarding say. It depends. People leaving different character differs on this kind for instance situation. Video would be the fact an all in one in line with the idea also. People learn a lot more on the basis of watching than reading today. I a short while ago have gotten a little much more aggressive everywhere in the managing e mail. I have a go at for more information on change e mail frequency for more information about weekly back and forth from daily throughout the all of them are going to be the lists that I actually use. It makes it possible for your blog but take heart it also makes it possible for all your family members see what people is doing or at least didn??t a little as though about your document. Once my very own foreign family member or friend said,many of these chinese teachers don are aware of that managing teach,going to be the teacher talked on that basis much in the way during class. In fact,the student if you find that be the case the center all over the a multi function class instead such as teacher.
beat headphones studio Your Guns Need A Home Too The Manufacturer

beats dj headphones Your 2017 holiday guide to events and things to do in Battle Creek

monster beats dr. dre controltalk headphone Your 2017 holiday guide to events and things to do in Battle Creek

Whether you’re looking for lights, music or lots and lots of Santa, The Enquirer has you covered with a list of events that will keep you busy until Christmas day.

For all agesInternational Festival of Lights,nightly through Dec. Wednesdays Saturdays Nov. 24 Dec. 30; Calhoun County Fairgrounds, 720 Fair St., Marshall; $6 per car, $10 per bus; 781 8161.

Drive through this winter light display wonderland. A fundraiser for the fairgrounds.

Craft stations will be set up at businesses throughout downtown Battle Creek with projects for young and old. Saturdays from Nov. 25 to Dec. 16; downtown Battle Creek.

Go for a free ride through downtown Battle Creek to see the lights. Drop off and pickup at: Hall of Toys (Nov. 25); Battle Creek Books (Dec. 2); Trek Bicycle Store (Dec. 9); Battle Creek Welcome Center (Dec. 16). Saturday; Tibbits Opera House, 14 S.

A double feature movie night that includes the 1947 version of “Miracle on 34th Street,” withMaureen O’Hara, and “Holiday Inn,” withBing Crosby, Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds.

Celebration of Trees, Nov. 27 Jan. 2; Honolulu House, 107 N. Kalamazoo Ave.; 781 5163.

Up to 40 trees will be decorated by locals and on display near the Memorial Fountain. Monday, followed by the other trees and lights in downtown Marshall. Monday; downtown Marshall. There will be floats, fire trucks, marching bands and more. Dec. Dec. 2; Bohm Theatre, 201 S.

Ralphie remembers a childhood Christmas in the 1940swhen all he wanted wasa Red Ryder BB Gun, but all of the adults in his life toldhim he’ll shoot his eye out. Rated PG. Dec.

The parade will travel from Cass along Superior and ending at Erie. Dec. Dec. 9; Bohm Theatre, 201 S.

The 1959 version of the story about a woman trying to find a Santa replacement for the Macy’s Christmas Parade, only to find a man who claims to be the real Santa Claus. Dec. 8 10; Commerce Pointe, 77 E. Michigan Ave.

Actors dress up to re enact the nativity story outside of Commerce Pointe, on East Michigan Avenue. The story begins every 30 minutes. Dec.

A bull riding competition with professional riders, Saturday night will be the top riders from the night before. Dec.

Trek Bicycle Store is coordinatingfree snow bike races and children races down Michigan Avenue, followed by Team Trivia.

The Governor’s Mansion is a historic house, now museum, that is owned and operated by the Mary Marshall Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
beats dj headphones Your 2017 holiday guide to events and things to do in Battle Creek

beat dr dre headphone Young Roanoke beat maker finds a ‘Major Key’ to success

monster beats by dr. dre tour in-ear headphones Young Roanoke beat maker finds a ‘Major Key’ to success

On Sunday night in Los Angeles, hip hop impresario DJ Khaled’s “Major Key” will be up for a Grammy Award for best rap album.

The disc features performances from across the hip hop spectrum, including Drake, Jay Z, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Rayshon Cobbs Jr., a quiet, unassuming 22 year old who lives in Roanoke.

Receive today’s headlines in your inbox with our daily news emailOn the other side of the country, the former Roanoker who helped Cobbs start his career will be rooting for him. Wayne Hancock II, 40, a singer and rapper who has lived in Philadelphia for more than six years, started working with Cobbs about three years ago, pushing him to market his production skills.

Hancock said you might not necessarily notice the reserved Cobbs in a crowd, but that there is a lot going on beneath the surface.

“I’m really proud of him,” Hancock said. “And he’s proof of what can happen when hard work meets talent meets being teachable. He’s just a really humble cat.”

Cobbs’ multiple trips to Hancock’s home base exposed him to a high level of performance and production and helped him get out of his shell when it came to letting people hear his tracks.

“He took me under his wing,” said Cobbs, whose father and Hancock are longtime friends. “He showed me a lot of stuff, and I am forever grateful for that man.

“I was so much of a perfectionist then, that I would have never shared it, because I never thought it was good enough to share. But he really pushed me to get out there and share my music.”

The young man also known as “808 Ray” the number represents his drum machine of choice, the Roland TR 808 grew his skills from his Roanoke bedroom to a Patrick Henry High School electronic music class to the Music Lab at Jefferson Center. It became clear along the way, through his own experiences and through prodding from Hancock, that he needed to venture beyond Roanoke, both in real life and digitally.

“Get out of town,” he said he would advise anyone on his career path. “Get a new breath of air. Get some diversity in you. When I was in Philly, we went to the live music scene. It was mind blowing. Those guys up there, [playing] that jazz and that old Motown, I could sit and watch that all night.

“Roanoke is not bad by any means, but it’s slow down here. If you never go outside your city, you always go in an infinite circle. You never get beyond that.”

Cobbs came up with an audio program called FL Studio on his laptop. He remembers that he “dabbled, dibbed and dabbed” with it for years, up until his senior year at Patrick Henry, when he decided to take Mike Havens’ electronic music class. By the time he finished, he knew music was what he wanted to do for a living.

“That’s the only class I ever liked going to,” Cobbs said. “It was like being immersed in the music, really, seeing it on the technical side. And it was really fun. I love it.”

Cobbs arrived in Havens’ class in the fall of 2011. He was a quiet guy but was turning out some interesting projects, Havens remembered. As the semester wound down, Cobbs distinguished himself from his classmates with his remix of a Nine Inch Nails song,
beat dr dre headphone Young Roanoke beat maker finds a 'Major Key' to success
Havens said.

The teacher suggested that Cobbs enroll in the Music Lab at Jefferson Center, an after school, music performance and production center largely geared toward grades 6 12. Cobbs, who found himself staying after school to work on electronic music class projects, was short on gear at home, so he headed toward the lab, which stocks a lot of equipment and features several recording suites.

“You could get some good hands on with equipment we didn’t have at the school,” Havens said.

Cobbs found that the suites had quality speakers in a soundproofed room that dampened out reverb. At home, he had just one speaker in a bedroom where sound bounced around. The stuff he made at home sounded bad in the lab, and horrible in the all important “car test.”

“Gotta have it right in the car,” Cobbs said in an interview at the lab. “You don’t want it sounding messed up when you hear your song bumping down the street in somebody else’s car. . It really opened my mind to mixing, and how important sonics are to the record.”

When he wasn’t in school or at the lab, he was tinkering with FL Studio and Logic programs, watching YouTube tutorials and reading books on production.

As his skills grew, his father noticed. Rayshon “Blink” Cobbs called up his old friend, Hancock. The two had met as 15 year olds, when they were both in the Patrick Henry High School Men of Distinction a cappella group.

” ‘Blink’ was like, ‘Look man, I know you’re really around music,’ ” Hancock remembered. ” ‘I don’t have that professional ear or background. But I think Ray has something nice.’ ”

Hancock gigs and records frequently in Philadelphia and does artist development and coaching for about 20 people, of whom at least six are serious. He has learned not to have expectations. Then, he listened to the younger Cobbs’ tracks.

“And it was like, ‘Wow, yeah, he’s really got something,’ ” Hancock said.

Cobbs Jr., following Hancock’s advice, looked for ways to get his beats out there. He homed in on producers Marcello “Cool” Valenzano and Andre “Dre” Lyon, known as Cool Dre. The Miami area pair host “Soundcloud Tuesday,” from their studio, sharing and critiquing submitted music, for free.

“I said, I’m going to take advantage of that, because usually people like that charge hundreds of dollars just to have a session, just to tell you what you can do and tweak the beat and that’s all that happens,” Cobbs Jr. said. “You get nowhere with it.”

He sent tracks week after week, and when Cool Dre finally got to his stuff, “they didn’t have anything bad to say,” Cobbs Jr. remembered. A couple of weeks later, they played another one of his tracks. Then,
beat dr dre headphone Young Roanoke beat maker finds a 'Major Key' to success
they reached out to him.