You probably know Missi from movies and TV, but you may not know that her first passion is music! She has spent the last few years song writing and has self-financed this new album which she can't wait to share with her fans. Missi has tapped into her industry contacts who are offering their time and resources to direct, produce, and edit this music video and received the support of Siren Studios to donate grip and electric equipment. She has come a long way but requests your help in raising the remaining funds and awareness to make her musical dream come true. It's a song and it's a movement! Stop getting fucked over
Fucked Up is a Canadian hardcore punk band from Toronto , Ontario , formed in To date the band has released five studio albums, alongside several EPs, singles, and companion releases. In , the band released its fifth studio album, Dose Your Dreams , after a hiatus. Driven by Haliechuk, it is a concept album focusing on the band's recurring character David, and featuring several guest lead vocalists, alongside Abraham, Falco, and Haliechuk.
Future – “Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)” (Feat. Rick Ross & Big Sean)
Founders Jamie Mizrahi and Simone Harouche developed a collection of undergarments and intimates based off of their plus years of styling experience, designed to be your go-to when it comes to foundational undergarments. Cuup was founded on the basis that the majority of women wear the wrong bra size, largely thanks to old-school lingerie brands that confined women to a small and unrealistic range of fits. To counter this, Cuup has invested in designing bras that fit to perfection by challenging the former size scale, without compromising a flattering look or pleasing aesthetic. The brand offers five bra styles, four bottom silhouettes, and 40 inclusive sizes—balancing just the right amount of sensuality with everyday practicality.
Learning how to grow up and be more mature starts with knowing what you truly value. Being an adult means sticking to your values, even when it's not popular or doesn't benefit you. W hen I was like four years old, despite my mother warning me not to, I put my finger on a hot stove. The stove was red and bright and shiny and I knew yummy food came from it, so the allure was irresistible.