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Wizdakidd (born Joseph T. Gordon Jr. in 1998) started producing his freshman year in college at Jackson State University

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Wizdakidd (born Joseph T. Gordon Jr. in 1998)

Raised by his grandparents in Clarksdale, Mississippi, Wizdakidd (born Joseph T. Gordon Jr. in 1998) started producing his freshman year in college at Jackson State University, producing tracks for his early mixtapes in his dorm room. After a flurry of increasingly strong beat mixtapes (most notably 2019’s Thee Loaner), Wiz made his major-label leap with 2019’s Operation Wizod. After starting his own label from the ground up (WDK Records) He kicked off early 2020 with a string of similar beat tapes (Tau Upsilon Phi, Thee First Take, Thee Loner, Stringz) that continued to chart his sound, featuring collaborations with nemraps and many more. Sometimes Aggressive yet sometimes soulful, Wiz’s Beats feels like a natural step in the evolution of southern hip-hop beats, echoing both Tay Keith and Zaytoven as well as Turbo and other Southern producers, here’s some questions& answers from his recent interview.

1.What’s your background?

“ I grew up in Clarksdale, ms, a really small town. The top of the town was everybody knows each other, I wasn’t popular or anything like that I really was a bipolar loner who had a few friends, none of my friends knew I had mental issues because I’ve all ways kelp it is hidden from them because I thought they wouldn’t be cool with me if they found out, It wasn’t until recently I finally accept the fact that’s just who I am

2.Who are your biggest influences?

Young Thug, that’s my guy, Drake is my favorite artist but young thug is my guy because he just doesn’t care, most ppl say he weird but I think he’s the goat. and a lot of these new rappers need to be honest about their influences because they really are clones with their minor edits. no cap.

3.How do you price your work?

All of my beats are free because I feel like its a lot of artists out there who can’t afford quality beats so I try my best to help as many artists as I can, most ppl wouldn’t do that, some say I’m crazy and it makes my beats have less value my response is my beats are still free because no one has exclusive rights but me unless I send over the paperwork until then anybody can use them

4.How do you navigate the art world?

I just do me, bro, sometimes I don’t want to talk, sometimes I do, sometimes I want to help, sometimes I don’t, I sleep a lot because I feel like I wake up different people every single time. So if something bad happens I sleep it off and wake up with an “ ok cool what’s the next move” type of mindset.

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Ahmad Khawaja of Allied Wallet Recognized as CEO of the Year at the Yale Club in New York City

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Ahmad Khawaja of Allied Wallet Recognized as CEO of the Year at the Yale Club in New York City

Allied Wallet CEO Ahmad Khawaja, the world’s leading provider of online credit card processing, multi-currency merchant services, and PCI Level 1 secure payment gateways, was named CEO of the year at the annual IAIR awards at the Yale Club from New York. I did. York City.

The IAIR Awards celebrate excellence in the global economy and sustainability. The top entrepreneurial companies in the fields of finance, legal affairs, insurance, and banking were praised and celebrated.

As part of the award, Ahmad Khawaja was invited to attend the American CEO Summit, a panel of some of the most successful CEOs in the world. Panel members discussed important topics such as the most strategic countries for investment and growth.

“I am honored to be recognized by the IAIR awards and they ask me to provide my views and opinions on strategy and growth. Building a multi-million dollar business with Allied Wallet and the team I formed. We were able to do that,” said the director executive Ahmad Khawaja. He continued. “With Graciela Chichilniski and Carl McMahon, we were able to have a valuable and positive discussion about the global economy.”

This is one of the many awards and lectures by CEO Ahmad Khawaja. He is recognized worldwide for his business success and motivation.

Ahmad Khawaja added: “Every day things get bigger and bigger. I can’t wait to see what the future holds. And I can’t wait to show everyone what I have for the future.

Ahmad Khawaja was named CEO and Entrepreneur of the Year at this year’s IAIR awards and Start Your Business magazine, and some say he is on his way to becoming a “10-year CEO.”

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Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet Recognized as CEO of the Year at the Yale Club in New York City

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Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet Recognized as CEO of the Year at the Yale Club in New York City

Andy Khawaja, CEO of Allied Wallet, the world’s leading provider of online credit card processing, multi-currency merchant services, and PCI Level 1 secure payment gateways, was named CEO of the Year at the annual IAIR awards at the Yale Club of New York.

The IAIR Awards celebrate excellence in the global economy and sustainability. The top entrepreneurial companies in the fields of finance, legal affairs, insurance and banking were praised and celebrated.

As part of the award, Andy Khawaja was invited to attend the American CEO Summit, a panel of some of the world’s most successful CEOs. Panel members discussed important topics such as the most strategic countries for investment and growth.

“I am honored to be recognized by the IAIR awards and they ask me to provide my views and opinions on strategy and growth. Building a multi-million dollar business with Allied Wallet and the team I formed. We were able to do that,” said the director executive Andy Khawaja. He continued. “With Graciella Chichillniski and Karl McMahon, we were able to have a valuable and positive discussion about the global economy.”

This is one of the many awards and lectures from CEO Andy Khawaja. He is recognized worldwide for his business success and motivation.

Andy Khawaja added: “Every day things get bigger and bigger. I can’t wait to see what the future holds. And I can’t wait to show everyone what I have for the future.

Andy Khawaja has been named CEO and Entrepreneur of the Year at this year’s IAIR Awards and Start Your Business magazine, with some saying he is on his way to becoming a “10-year CEO.”

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Timeless Beauty – An overview of Fashion Influencer- Diana Chipar

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Diana Chipar

Dubai, the land of unlimited possibilities is making its name in the fashion industry too. Some of the big brands are now focused on Emirati market. Dubai’s landscape and architectural beauty make this city one of the most sought after destination for fashion influencers.

Diana Chipar, 33, is considered as one of the most successful female influencer based in Dubai. In 2007 when she came to Dubai, she was just 20, and started her career as a beauty/makeup consultant. Her makeup and fashion sense attracted a known designer from Italy who brought her into the fashion modelling.

Diana’s humble beginning as a makeup consultant and then her blazing the ramps as a model stylist made her an influential fashion personality. Her working with some of the biggest brands in the business, Diana truly has walked the path that every upcoming influencer aspires.

She walked some of the biggest runways across the world including Cavali, Furne Amato, Essa Walla, MAC, Make Up Forever, etc. This made her a top choice for TV commercials. Recently, Diana also did some fashion scenes for TV commercials and video clips done for celebrities like RamyAyach and DouniaBatma. Dianais expecting her appearances for other major fashion brands.

Diana now, as a blogger and a social media influencer, has earned the trust of brandslike likeBanana Republic, Pinko, Bulgari, Poca and Poca, etc.

“Fashion and beauty has been my passion since I remember myself. Working as a model for 10 years helped me develop a strong sense of fashion. Being surrounded by brilliant and talented designers and make up artists, photographers opened so many doors for me to evolve into a Wardrobe/ Celebrity Stylist. While working I loved posting my work on Instagram as mood board.  Being an influencer came naturally and organically over time. People liked the sense of style I used to dress my models and celebrities in so it was an easy transition for me.” Says Diana.

Timeless beauty and social media


Diana is very much focused as she goes along. “I think timeless beauty is not only about fashion, it’s not even about trend. I think a lot of that has as much to do with what people are from the inside and what they do.On the other hand, social media is like another job and I think that’s a lot of pressure, especially for many younger girls… you’re changing and it’s easier to make mistakes and, unfortunately, now, the whole world can see you. In my case, I am the only person who is managing the account, photography, editing and posting part.” Says Diana.

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