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    akon
  • Akon (born Aliaune Badara Akon Thiam), , is a Senegalese-American R&B singer-songwriter, rapper, record producer, businessman, and philanthropist.

  • when used as a noun this would refer to someone who did something involuntarily, or against his/her will, or under constraint.











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Konvicted


Konvicted



If R&B has been drifting lately, Konvicted proves Akon's ready to take the wheel: His reedy voice encapsulates Jersey, Jamaica, and continents beyond (Africa, most notably); his wait-a-beat delivery enhances his high-flying hooks; and his attitude mulches thuggery and womanizing into something worth spreading around. If that's not indication enough he's on a roll, consider the accolades Konvicted is racking up--a Grammy nod for "Smack That" (featuring Eminem), a No. 1 single with "I Wanna Love You" (featuring Snoop Dogg), sales in the millions. To count Akon a musical groundbreaker, though, you have to be ready to embrace a new genre that might take Brian McKnight and Usher fans a little getting used to: hardcore R&B. Both "I Wanna Love You" and "Smack That" don't shy away from raunch, and tracks like "Tired of Runnin'" and "Shake Down" bring on an MC edge that belongs more to the street than to the bedroom. Still, count on Akon to convince holdouts he's worth hearing; both his message and his manner bear the marks of the unstoppable. --Tammy La Gorce










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UP CLOSE AND CANDIDLY
By MAFELOU C. LEAGOGO-AGRIAM
Photography by Albert Fajardo

Congressman Raul “Jun” T. Gonzalez, Jr. is known in local circles as a man of decorum and propriety. His manners are like those of a gentleman of the Old World, both genteel and gentle. Never was there an instance when he was heard to have imposed himself on anyone in public owing to his lofty position. He comes and goes in his usual quiet way without calling unnecessary attention to himself.

Now on his second term as Iloilo City’s Representative to the 14th Congress of the House of Representatives, he has compiled his own impressive record of accomplishments. His district report shows as to where his Priority Development Assistance Funds are expended every term.

Easily the largest slices go to infrastructure, education, and medical and hospitalization expenses of indigents assisted in government hospitals. The rest of the funds are spread as appropriately to livelihood, disaster relief operations, medical and dental missions, and the multiple needs of government instrumentalities and barangay units in order for them to function effectively in the city.

The same report further attributes 24 House Bills and seven House Resolutions to the Congressman’s authorship during his first term in the Lower House alone. Of late, his proposed new bill recommending for the division of the Lone District of Iloilo City into two districts has generated broad support from his constituents.

The eldest son of Department of Justice Secretary (and former Congressman) Raul Maravilla Gonzalez and the former Congresswoman of the 2nd District of Zambales, Dr. Pacita Trinidad-Gonzalez, Congressman Jun was a practicing lawyer in his father’s law office in Manila prior to his membership in the Lower House. He rose to his present political stature not only on account of his lineage and honorable character, but add to that his long exposure to the legislative procedures of Congress and the Iloilo City Council.

Vaguely clear to many are his former posts. He was the legislative Chief of Staff of Congresswoman Pacita Gonzalez for four years, Chief of Staff of Congressman Raul Gonzalez, Sr. for six years and a city councilor himself for three years. In a broad sense, all of these extensive experiences prepared him for greater but more complex legislative functions.

His childhood was quite uneventful. He grew up like any ordinary kid in the block whose young life revolved around home, school and play. Because he had parents of note, it came as a natural course for him to aspire for the best.

‘The Secretary wanted me to be better than an average student,” he narrated in his characteristic soft voice. “I was under intense pressure (to excel) in Grade 5 (at the Don Bosco Technical College). I was at the top of the class and the pressure not to fall short of being number one in the next grading period really gave me a lot of sleepless nights.

“Si Doctora was focused on the family’s business side so the Secretary attended our PTA meetings. Either he had the time (for these) or it was his decision to spend time in our school activities.

“My parents were lenient on us. I don’t recall any one instance when the Secretary even raised his hands to discipline us when we were still young, although I knew he had a temper.

“One time I wanted so much to have a toy helicopter and rose up a tantrum when they refused to get me one. My parents gave me the silent and cold shoulder treatment, which to me was a more severe form of punishment.”

He led a regular teenager’s life filled with a fair share of simple thrills. The monthly high school parties of Don Bosco were welcome breaks from the rigid demands of school work. After their academic finals, he and his classmates would troop to the nearby arcades to unwind.

He loved basketball. Like a typical hardcourt fan, he faithfully followed the Crispa-Toyota games. At times he staked his money on his favored basketball team until the naked truth that a gambler’s luck was not in his blood dawned on him. He has since become exceedingly prudent where financial matters are concerned.

Throughout his student years, he took the path that was most practicable. Whatever the consequence it brought he faced it squarely, and quietly did what was next to feasible under certain circumstances.

“When I entered College (in UST), I wanted to be an active student. I joined as many clubs as I could only to realize that when I tried to be active in all, I was spreading myself thin. At the end of my freshman year, I was so burned out that in my second year I did not join a single club.”

At Law School in the same university, he tried to avoid joining fraternities. Rivalry among these groups was intense. “Indi ko nagustuhan ang hazing in the campus and outside school buildings. I witnessed one where the upperclassman was slapping a neophyte hard on the face outside the building. I felt personally offended (by what I saw). Why should I submit my











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AkON

I met her on the walk way
Staring as she walked pass
She looked back at me
Side ways and said
I cant help but to ask
I said you
Wanna be startin' somethin'
You got to be
Startin' somethin'
I said you
Wanna be startin' somethin'
You got to be
Startin' something

We end up
Going back to her place
Wish i could tell you
What i saw
The sexiest women
In a neclace shade
We hit off
Until the mornning
Until you hear her say

Ama, ma, se
Ma, ma, sa
Ma, ma, coo, sa
Ma, ma, se
Ma ma sa
Ma, ma, coo, sa

Billie Jean
Is always talkin'
When nobody else is talkin'
Tellin' lies
And rubbin' shoulders
So they called her
Mouth a motor
Someone's always tryin'
To start my baby cryin'
Talkin', squealin', lyin'
Sayin' you just
Wanna be startin' somethin'

I said you
Wanna be startin' somethin'
You got to be
Startin' somethin'
I said you
Wanna be startin' somethin'
You got to be
Startin' somethin'

It's too high to get over
(Yea, yea)
Too low to get under
(Yea, yea)
You're stuck in the middle
(Yea, yea)
And the pain is thunder
(Yea, yea)
It's too high to get over
(Yea, yea)
Too low to get under
(Yea, yea)
You're stuck in the middle
(Yea, yea)
And the pain is thunder
(Yea, yea)

You love to pretend
That you're good
When you're always up
To no good
You really
Can't make him hate her
So your tongue
Bbecame a razor
Someone's always tryin'
To start my baby crying

Talkin', squealin'
Lyin you
Got my baby crying

I said you
Wanna be startin' somethin'
You got to be
Startin' somethin'
I said you
Wanna be startin' somethin'
You got to be
Startin' somethin'

It's too high to get over
(Yea, yea)
Too low to get under
(Yea, yea)
You're stuck in the middle
(Yea, yea)
And the pain is thunder
(Yea, yea)
It's too high to get over
(Yea, yea)
Too low to get under
(Yea, yea)
You're stuck in the middle
(Yea, yea)
And the pain is thunder
(Yea, yea)

Ma, ma, se
Ma, ma, sa
Ma, ma, coo, sa
Ma, ma
Se, ma, ma, sa
Ma, ma, coo, sa
What did i make her say

Is getting lil crazy
(Is getting crazy)
Always messing with my baby
(Messing with my baby)
And that's the reason she crys
When i am not by her side
At the lonleyst night
(Without my baby)
But i lo ave you
Always pompin
When i think about you
I wanna bring my tonight
And share
That look on your face
When you say

Ama, ma, se
Ma, ma, sa
Ma ma coo, sa
Ma, ma, se
Ma, ma, sa
Ma, ma, coo, sa
I want to make her say

It's too high to get over
(Yea, yea)
Too low to get under
(Yea, yea)
You're stuck in the middle
(Yea, yea)
And the pain is thunder
(Yea, yea)
It's too high to get over
(Yea, yea)
Too low to get under
(Yea, yea)
You're stuck in the middle
(Yea, yea)
And the pain is thunder
(Yea, yea)










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Michael






MICHAEL is the much anticipated album of newly completed recordings from Michael Jackson. The creative process never stopped for the King of Pop who was always planning for his next album; unbeknownst to many fans around the world Michael Jackson was writing and recording songs continuously everywhere from a friend’s home in New Jersey to studios in Las Vegas and Los Angeles with a small group of handpicked collaborators. Now, through the unique stories that will be told about the songs that comprise MICHAEL, fans will get mind-blowing insight into how this artist worked and a chance to hear the songs he most recently created along with tracks that Michael had a desire to bring to fruition.










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