October 2

Trust - M.C. Ge Gee - And Now The Mission Continues (Cassette, Album)

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Posted 24.09.2019 by Maule in category "Rock


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  4. By Kigajora on
    There are at least four artists/groups called Gee. 1. Gee (real name Tugsjargal Munkherdene) is Mongolian hip hop/rap artist from Ulaanbaatar. He wasn't born in Ulaanbaatar, but moved there in and grew up there. Gee started rapping in , when he was just barely a teenager.
  5. By Negor on
    RUNDU – Rundu based rapper M-Gee has released his fourth album titled Esimbi which translates as an ‘elder’, describing his growth in the music industry that he has taken on since when he started recording and later released his first studio album in titled First Page.
  6. By Tygojas on
    SM Entertainment stated that over , copies of the mini-album were shipped to stores while sales analyst company Hanteo reported sales in excess of 30, copies within the first 10 days of its release. According to their agency SM Entertainment, the album sold nearly 65, copies. Gee was able to sell more than , copies.
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  8. By Diramar on
    Jul 06,  · I spent 23 years in the US Air Force, and trust was essential. Military work can be dangerous. The spending of public money must be above reproach. For these and many other reasons, “Integrity First” is the Air Force’s first core value, and we lived it every minute of every day. But the time had come to move on. I lost sleep worrying about whether I would find that same level of trust in.

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