Roblea Music/robert Leach: #robleamusic  

https://www.musicgateway.net/profile/robleamusic
http://www.robleamusic.com
https://robleamusic.wordpress.com

http://www.youlicense.com/Artist/RobleaMusicrobertLeach
https://www.soundcloud.com/robleamusic #musicgateway #soundcloud#youlicense

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"Phat Grooves" album cover

“Phat Grooves” album cover

Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

"Phat Grooves, the Next Edition"

“Phat Grooves, the Next Editon” album cover, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

Dance, Dancehall, Drum N’ Bass, Funk, Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop/R&B, House Music, Reggae,Soca/Calypso, soul

http://igg.me/at/robleamusic/x

I already have several albums worth of material, recorded, and mixed. The money will be used for expenses, marketing, and promotion.

Biography

Roblea Music

Robert Leach

Robert Leach, is a resident of, the Bedford-Stuyvesant, section of

Brooklyn, the largest black community, in the United States. Bed-Stuy,

is known thru out the world, for its rich culture, and music.
Robert
Leach, is a graduate, of Stuyvesant H.S. And, he attended

C.C.N.Y., majoring in music, as well as studying at Jazzmobile in

Harlem. He also studied saxophone privately, with jazz legend, Jimmy

Heath. He was able, to hone his skills, working in local R&B bands,
that

worked the various clubs, and discos, in the New York City area.

From there, Mr. Leach toured, worked, and or recorded for such artists

as, Evelyn “Champagne” King, Clifford Jordan, The Moments of Truth,

Billy Jones, Vinzee, Lester Chambers of the Chambers Brothers, Denroy

Morgan, Odyssey, Roy Ayers, Touch, Hidden Strength, Jolina, Unique, Gwen

McRae, Doug E. Fresh, Father MC, Cooly Live, Smoothe Da Hustler/Nexx

Level Productions, Misdemeanor (a female rock group), Abdullah Ibrahim,

the Larry Joseph Project, The Tylon Washington Project, to name a few.

Mr. Leach, was also was part, of doing the music, for a cartoon, for Bad

Cat Records.
Mr. Leach, also produced demos, for Underground Artists,
trying to get

deals. His work, took him, into almost every major, and small, studio,

in the New York City area, as well as a few, out of state. Roblea

Music, literally has, over seven thousand tracks available, from

Hip-Hop/R&B, Dance/House, Funk, Dancehall, Drum N’ Bass, as well as some
Soca/Calypso,

and Reggae Music. He’s also good at doing, cinematic/thematic music, as

well.

http://robleamusic.blogspot.com

https://www.soundcloud.com/robleamusic

http://www.youlicense.com/Artist/RobleaMusicrobertLeach

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"Phat Grooves, the Next Edition"

“Phat Grooves, the Next Editon” album cover, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

"Groove Properties"

“Groove Properties”, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

Brand new on @Kickstarter: Roblea Music/robert Leach, wants to release a new album!!!!! by Robert Leach

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1088957802/roblea-music-robert-leach-wants-to-release-a-new-a #robleamusic #kickstarter #hotmusic #musiclicensing

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https://www.soundcoud.com/robleamusic

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Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

"Phat Grooves, the Next Edition"

“Phat Grooves, the Next Editon” album cover, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

http://www.youlicense.com/Artist/RobleaMusicrobertLeach

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Here’s a recent review of one of my tracks, on a music blog:

Roblea Music – 15 Martin 3111: http://musicbank.co/test/Review:roblea-music-15-martin-3111/

Artist name: Roblea Music/robert Leach

I have four albums out, that are being digitally distributed worldwide. Consider Roblea Music/robert Leach, for music production/composing, or licensing, for any projects, or advertising spots, that you are working on. Here are some links, where you can listen to some of the music:
https://www.soundcloud.com/robleamusic
http://astore.amazon.com/robmusroblea00-20

http://www.robleamusic.com
http://www.tunecore.com/music/robleamusic

http://robleamusic.blogspot.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/robleamusic

http://www.jango.com/music/Roblea+Music+robert+Leach
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGph9hUUw1g

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#robleamusic #hotmusic CDs & Vinyl Store http://www.amazon.com/s/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=213733&creative=393193&linkCode=shr&tag=robmusroblea-20&linkId=JRDE2GUP6CWA4DA7&rl=search-alias%3Dpopular&field-keywords=roblea+music&sprefix=roblea%2Caps%2C334 via @amazon http://astore.amazon.com/robmusroblea00-20 http://www.robleamusic.com http://www.youlicense.com/Artist/RobleaMusicrobertLeach http://robleamusic.blogspot.com https://www.soundcloud.com/robleamusic

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Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

"Phat Grooves, the Next Edition"

“Phat Grooves, the Next Editon” album cover, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

"Groove Properties"

“Groove Properties”, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

Music for licensing!!!!!

Need music for your project? Let Roblea Music/robert Leach, be your solution!!!!!

Here’s some instrumental tracks, that I think you’ll like:

“House Funk 468″ http://www.youlicense.com/SongDetails.aspx?ID=277459
“R.I.P. DJAM 4864” http://www.youlicense.com/SongDetails.aspx?ID=278996

I have four albums out, that are being digitally distributed worldwide. Consider Roblea Music/robert Leach, for music production/composing, or licensing, for any projects, or advertising spots, that you are working on. Here are some links, where you can listen to some of the music:
https://www.soundcloud.com/robleamusic
http://www.youlicense.com/Artist/RobleaMusicrobertLeach
http://astore.amazon.com/robmusroblea00-20
http://www.robleamusic.com
http://www.tunecore.com/music/robleamusic
http://robleamusic.blogspot.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/robleamusic
http://www.jango.com/music/Roblea+Music+robert+Leach

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Anonymity: it’s all the rage–Whisper, Secret–and it’s rage-inducing. A Brazilian court has ruled that Secret must be removed from app stores there, and existing installs must be remotely wiped. The UK’s House of Lords has essentially recommended the extinction of online anonymity.

As usual, judges and politicians don’t understand technology. Anonymity can used for awful things, yes; but it’s incredibly important.

Why? Because cameras keep getting cheaper, and better, and more ubiquitous, as does facial recognition software. As The Economist recently put it: “the idea that anyone will be able hide for long in Nepal, or anywhere else, looks quaint.” Have you ever in your life been photographed doing something embarrassing? Get your explanations ready now: you can expect every picture (or video) you’ve ever appeared in to eventually be connected with you. Traffic cameras, dashboard cameras, police body cameras, drone cameras — every time…

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Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Apple gave us a lot to digest at today’s WWDC event, including big announcements about iOS 8, Mac OS X Yosemite, and a new programming language called Swift.

But even with two hours to present, Apple still couldn’t fit everything in. The company mentions dozens of new features to be released when iOS 8 hits this fall.

While some of the features will likely be enjoyed by a fairly limited audience (multi-device support for MFi hearing aids), there are a few features that stand out as things Apple lovers have been craving for some time — or hint at cool possibilities in the future.

First up is Wi-Fi Calling, which lets smartphone owners route calls over local wireless connections rather than through potentially flaky cell service. Of course, your cell phone provider has to have the technology in place to support it, which means that right now, only T-Mobile…

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Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Pilots want to fly, but it’s expensive. People want to travel but it’s a hassle. AirPooler brings them together on its site where pilots can sell empty seats on private plane flights. This bootstrapped startup is launching today with availability on flights out of the Bay Area and San Diego, and gave TechCrunch the exclusive first look at taking collaborative consumption to the sky.

Here’s how it works. Pilots choose a date and itinerary for a trip, say Palo Alto airport to South Lake Tahoe. They enter the type of plane, the number of available seats, and their pilot’s credentials and experience. AirPooler calculates the price per seat by dividing the total flight’s fuel, airport tax, and hangar cost by the number of passengers (pilot included). AirPooler lists the available seats and accompanying info on its site, and anyone can book a spot.

Passengers choose from the available flights, enter…

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Originally posted on The Urban Daily:

Dennis Haysbert Manute Sin City

In 2005 “Sin City” wowed audiences with its special mix of dark cinema, sexual tension and copious violence. Almost a decade later Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller reunite to bring Miller’s visually stunning “Sin City” graphic novels back to the screen in “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.” Weaving together two of Miller’s classic stories with new tales, the town’s most hard boiled citizens cross paths with some of its more reviled inhabitants.

Most of the original cast of Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis and Rosario Dawson are back to tell the stories of this crime ridden zip code. Fresh faces like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ray Liotta bring new characters into the fold while Jeremy Piven and Dennis Haysbert reprise roles previously held by other actors. Haysbert takes on the role of the one-eyed Manute, previously done by the late Michael Clarke Duncan.

Watch the trailer…

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