Chocolate City

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City Gardens
... City Gardens was a nightclub located at 1701 Calhoun Street in Trenton, New Jersey ... New Jersey, owned the building several years before it became the legendary rock club known as City Gardens ... The "City Gardens" moniker was first used strictly as a blues club in early 1979 ...
Tear The Roof Off 1974–1980 - Track Listing - Disc Two
546 from the album Mothership Connection "Chocolate City" (Clinton/Collins/Worrell) - 537 from the album Chocolate City "Funkentelechy" (Clinton/Collins) - 1056 from the album ... the Placebo Syndrome "Ride On" (Clinton/Collins/Worrell) - 334 from the album Chocolate City "Fantasy Is Reality" (Clinton/Worrell/Ware) - 638 from the album Live P-Funk Earth Tour "Rumpofsteelsk ...
Chocolate City (music Label) - G.A.P
... and this eventually led to his registering Chocolate CIty with his bonus earning ... The first act to be signed on the Chocolate City label was multi talented instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter and producer Jeremiah Gyang (whose debut album ... Chocolate City went on to discover, manage and promote the careers of talents like Djinee, M.I, Asa, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince, Brymo and other artists who have won over ...
Chocolate City (music Label) - Accolades
... Chocolate City was the first Nigerian music company to attain a global music award and recognition by the British Council in 2007 i.e ... Chocolate City has since worked closely with the Federal Government of Nigeria as well as several international organisations such as the British Council in promoting the creative ... In April 2008, Chocolate City announced a major collaborative effort in partnership with the British Council and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism to take a delegation of Nigerian music stakeholders to London ...

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