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Tune of the Day ~ Maxine Ashley, “STORM”

6:08 PM PDT on August 14, 2018

    [dropcap size=big]M[/dropcap]axine Ashley is back with a new song inspired by Russian music duo t.A.t.U. Taking the line "this is not enough" from their popular song All The Things She Said, Maxine puts her own twist on the story.

    Born and raised in the Bronx to salsero parents, the New York based singer/songwriter is bonding semi-experimental pop music with song writing. Maxine Ashley is sure to build a following if she keeps this up. Her mesmerizing voice and rebel spirit are attributes to be loved.

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=a_fXWWlVPgs&w=560&h=315

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