YoungTerrion - Up The Price Official Music Video

YoungTerrion - Up The Price Official Music Video


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Whether you're looking for the official music video for the new single 'Up The Price' or you want to find out the lyrics, you'll find what you're looking for here.

Lit Marshall - No Filter Official Audio Review

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Those who are familiar with the Lit Marshall - No Filter Official Audio will know that this reissue celebrates the 40th anniversary of the legendary 100-watt stack. While there are many different versions of this famous amp, one of the most recognizable models is the original JTM45 head.

The original Marshall head was a JTM45

During the 1960s, the Marshall JTM45 amplifier was one of the most sought after amplifiers in the world. This was because the JTM45 was perfect for live performance and recording. The JTM45 was a great amplifier for those who wanted a great sound without spending a fortune. It had some unique features that set it apart from other amplifiers.

One of these features was the polarity switch, which helped reduce unwanted hum. This switch was located on the side of the head cabinet.

Another sonic feature was the negative feedback, which helped tighten the speaker response. The JTM45 also had a power switch and two low-sensitivity channels.

The JTM45 was a great amplifier for small venues. It had 30 watts of power and was easy to use. It had the trademark Marshall flavor that guitarists love. It also took pedals well. Its front panel was very easy to navigate. It included bass, mid, treble and volume controls.

The Marshall JTM45 was also an amplifier that helped reduce mic bleed. Its design included a turret board, which allowed components to be soldered onto the board.

The Marshall JTM45 was a great amplifier that was ideal for small venues. It had a great sound, but was not ideal for heavy metal guitarists.

Eventually, the JTM45 was discontinued. But a few companies started making JTM45 clones. They used different components, different transformers, and different valves. The Marshall JTM45 reissues are a great option if you are looking for the classic Marshall sound.

The Marshall JTM45 reissue is an excellent choice for guitarists looking for a great amplifier that will not let you down onstage or in the studio. It has the look and sound of the original Marshall amp, but uses modern Marshall components.

The 100-watt Super Lead was a JTM45

Several famous recordings and artists have used the Marshall Super 100, including Eric Johnson's Cliffs of Dover, Eric Clapton's Are You Experienced and Blind Faith. These amps also were used in the Jimi Hendrix Experience in the late 1960s. The Super 100 was one of the first amps to have a steel chassis, which helped reduce the cost.

The early 100 watt amps used solid state rectifiers and had ohms switches mounted on the transformers. However, the voltages were not 8.2K+10K as the forerunners. Instead, they had 47K negative feedback.

The JTM45 preamp was used on Superleads in 1959 and later, and the circuit was modified to add a split cathode preamp, which gave a gainier, darker sound. The brilliant channel coupling cap was changed from 22nf to 2.2nf.

The 100 watt power amp used a beefed up power transformer, with two additional power tubes in parallel. The amp was used in the 2103 and 2203 Master Volume amps. The Superlead also had a 5000pf bright cap.

The JTM45/100 "Super 100" amp was produced from 1964 to 1967. Its front panel was based on the JTM45, which has a JTM45 label. The front panel had a round yellow Radiospares luminous led and a Marshall block logo. The power tubes were KT66s. The single output transformer was a Drake 1202-84. The cabinet was also the same depth as the JTM45.

Later amps had ohms switches on the backplate. The JTM45/100 Single-Output was also a step up in power and had a clearer, stronger tone.

The 100 watt Super Lead was not the only Marshall amp that featured Plexiglas control panels. The Black Flag series amps had the reverse logo J.T.M. faceplate and a steel chassis. The Black Flag amps are sometimes called JTM100s instead of JTM45/100s.

The 100-watt Super Lead was not all "Plexis"

Among guitar players, the 100-watt Super Lead is still revered as the archetype of the classic British amp. The design was far from perfect, but it did the trick. The following are some of the most notable alterations that the original received.

The 100-watt Super Lead received a makeover in mid-69, when the acrylic front panel was replaced with a shiny aluminum one. Although the front panel changed, the small gray plastic feet of the 1960's era still remained. The grill-cloth changed from pinstripe to basket-weave. This was accompanied by the usual plethora of power and ground wires. The biggest drawback was the lack of the reverb you would expect from a classic British amp. The reverb is still present on some models, but it's no longer the marquee feature it once was.

The 100-watt Super Lead also had the honor of being the first amp in the world to be handwired. In fact, all of the original models were made by hand. The one-time task proved to be a tad tedious. The handwired models were replaced with PCBs in 1973. Sadly, the handwired models were not made in sufficient numbers to satisfy demand. The resulting production rate was low, but the company still managed to sell some. A few reissues were made in the late 1990's. A new model was reintroduced in 1988.

While the aforementioned Plexi is the best overall guitar amp, it was not the only worthy successor to the golden age of British amp design. Not all 1959's were Plexis, although the model of the year, the 1959SLPX, was a keeper. The G12H model was also a winner in the power department.

Famous 1968-made Marshall amps

During the late sixties, Pete Townshend and John Entwistle used the Marshall brand. This was because the Who wanted to be the loudest rock band of all time, and so were using amps from Marshall.

John and Pete used Marshall 4x12 cabinets, and they also used a Marshall 200w amplifier. The 200w amp was designed to give a clean and crisp response, while also being punchy. This amp has a four KT88 tubes for the outputs, and the tube is also used as the driver tube.

Pete Townshend's amplifier is considered the precursor of the modern 100w Marshall. It is made by doubling 50W amp output valves. The amp also uses two valve rectifiers.

The JTM45 cabinet is what defined the Marshall sound for blues and rock music. The cabinet was closed at the bottom and angled at the top. The bottom section was made of Celestion Alnico speakers. The remaining six speakers had a straight profile. This cabinet was delivered in November 1965, and it was considered unwieldy because of its weight.

The Marshall JTM-45/100 amp used two 50w output transformers, and had a more defined bass response. It also had a larger headbox. The negative feedback circuit used a different tap from the output transformer, which made the amp sound more distinctive. The JTM-45/100 was designed to provide more headroom.

The JTM-45 cabinet was used for many bands, including Small Faces, Screaming Lord Sutch, Eden Kane, and Yardbirds. It was also used by an odd Irish show band. The JTM45 was a popular amplifier with guitar players because of its ability to deliver the best guitar tones. The amp also sold to a variety of other bands.

The reissue celebrates 40 years of the 100-watt stack

During the early '70s, Marshall continued to evolve their famous 100-watt amplifier. In the middle of 1969, they replaced the acrylic panels with aluminum ones, which aided in their drive to create a new breed of hard rock powerhouse.

One of the more popular models of the era was the Marshall JTM45. In addition to being a small box, the JTM45 was a powerhouse with a quartet of KT66s and 30 watts of output power. As with most Marshall amps, the JTM45 was also handwired.

The JTM45 has been reissued in various forms. For instance, the JTM45/100 is a rare dual-transformer beast. It also sports the largest rear panel label of any Marshall amp. The JTM45's preamp played a vital role in the evolution of the 100-watt Marshall head.

A 50-watt version of the JTM45 was also reissued in 1988. While the JTM45's preamp has been relegated to the background in favor of the newer technology, it still delivers the most bang for your buck. Its successor, the JTM45B, features an improved preamp that produces 30 watts of output power. It also has the same Plexiglass front panel as the original JTM45.

The Marshall 100-watt "Plexi" amp is a legendary guitar amp. It has no reverb, but it delivers a touch-responsive primal roar. In fact, the name "Plexi" is a bit of a misnomer. A true 100-watter is actually three dB louder than its 50-watt cousin. It's also the cheapest guitar amp in Marshall's illustrious line. And if you're lucky enough to own one, you'll be rewarded with a rock solid sound.

The Marshall 100-watt "Plexi" is the best of the best, but it isn't the only noteworthy guitar amp from the company.

Free Rockstar Chainz Future Type Beat

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'Future Type Beat' is a track that features Jay-Z and B-Money. This track is very popular in the streets. It has been featured on many of Jay-Z's mixtapes. The track has been used on various television shows as well. It's very catchy.


Discography - Jay-Z is an American rapper and businessman, who is often credited with defining the genre of hip-hop. He began as a rapper, but soon emerged as a keen songwriter. In addition to his work as a rapper, Jay-Z has also nurtured the careers of Kanye West and the Neptunes. His discography includes some lucid storytelling about poverty and desperation.

His first solo album, The Blueprint, was released in 2001. His next album, Unfinished Business, came out the following year. Then, Jay-Z released The Black Album, which was a fake retirement album. It was successful, and it won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance with "Otis." He also collaborated with Kanye on the 2011 album Reasonable Doubt. He also released the charity track "Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour)", which features U2's Edge and Bono.

Jay-Z is also known for his prolific series of sequels. He released one album a year for seven years, but the last four years have seen him release only one project. He's still a prolific songwriter, and he's still finding new ways to rap about moving weight. His discography is available on Spotify.

"The Prelude" opens Jay-Z's "Kingdom Come" album in 2006. This song is part of an interlude that's meant to be an extended state of the union address. It's also the first track from Jay-Z's comeback album. He talks about his past, present and future. His references are all over the place, including references to Martin Luther King Jr., Muhammad Ali and Dr. Martin Luther King.

"I Wish" is a song Jay-Z performed at a party for Kimora Lee Simmons. It's a feel-good tune that contains Jay-Z's signature rhymes. It also has a nice funky bass line, and it's a combination of Neptunes' funky bass lines and Jay's feel-good rhymes.

Jay-Z's discography is also limited in terms of mash-ups. He doesn't allow remixes of his work, and he doesn't allow freestyles over other artists' beats. However, he did team up with Future on Major Key (2016). This song was also included on Jay-Z's Green Book album. It also features a sample of Isaac Hayes's "The Look of Love."

Jay-Z's catalogue has a lot of good music, and it's not a bad place to start. His work contains lucid storytelling about poverty and desperation, and it's one of the most important voices in music.

Meek Mill - Free Type Beat 2022 - Money Lies Piano Beat 2023

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Despite his recent controversy, Meek Mill is still making music that is worth your time. With an upcoming album, Free Type Beat 2022 - Money Lies Piano Beat 2023, Meek Mill is making music that is more than just a single. In fact, this new album is going to be a major turning point in his career.

Autotune on his album

During the recording of his latest album, Championships, Meek Mill took to Instagram to tease his fans with a video of him toying with his production. Although it's only three short minutes, it's the most creative use of a beat I've seen in a long time.

"Please Let Me Go Round Again" is a great centerpiece. The rap features a nod to Meek's favorite sports teams (he's a die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fan), plus some strong features from R&B artists and John Prine. The song is about a Black heteronormative male's plight.

The title track is a great example of how Meek Mill is able to pack as many lyrics as possible into a two-minute span. His production is strong. It feels like a seamless blend of his past work. The song's main drawback is its lack of staying power.

"The Blue Notes" is another great track on the album. It's a follow-up to "Blue Notes" from his DC4 mixtape. The track features a nice bass line, and the drums are good, too. The song also demonstrates that Meek Mill knows how to use Autotune.

"Expensive Pain" is one of Meek Mill's five studio albums. It features the best cover art I've seen in a long time. The song is about Black heteronormative males, and the cover art resembles a luxury car, yachts, and gambling dice. The track features strong features, a nice trap beat, and a good rap.

While the album has its perks, it's not on par with Meek's previous work. Most songs fall short of the mark, and the album itself isn't the most creative or memorable.

The best song on the album is "Please Let Me Go Round Again," but the album's shortest track is the "Tupac Back" - an under-sung track from Meek Mill's era. The song features a classic hip-hop beat and the rap has a lot of heart, but it's the ad-libs that make this track stand out. The track features a solid feature from Lil Baby, and a vintage Mill acoustic guitar. It's a great song, but it's also the best example of Meek Mill's Autotune-assisted falsetto I've heard in a while.

Dreams and Nightmares intro still making waves

Despite being released three years ago, Meek Mill's Dreams and Nightmares intro still has fans buzzing. In fact, the a capella version has recently been covered by Gonzalo "Papi" Le Batard on ESPN's "Highly Questionable".

Meek Mill's "Dreams and Nightmares" is an underdog anthem. It's also a survival story, and a tale that speaks to the harrowing times in Meek's life. Throughout his music, Meek Mill has rapped with passion and emotion. His music channels pain, glee, anger, and empathy.

Meek Mill's Dreams and Nightmares title track raps for almost four minutes, and it tells the story of Meek's rise in Philadelphia. It's a story of survival, of reaching apex of his abilities, and of writing diary entries. It's also a story of vulnerability and empathy, and of the less glamorous part of Philadelphia's makeup.

Meek Mill's title track sounds like a 'up and coming' rapper at his best. Its beat is sinister, but the song's lyrics are about a man who has had his share of setbacks and hasn't let them define him.

Dreams and Nightmares also plays to Meek Mill's strengths. He raps passionately, and his a capella version is hard hitting. It also features somber keys and unbriet adrenaline. The song also evokes a feeling of grit, ambition, and doubt. The track is also a great party anthem, and it establishes a tone at parties and at home.

"Dreams and Nightmares" was intended to be a tone-setting opening statement. In its early stages, Meek fell in love with the idea. In fact, he regarded the track as a'manifesto'. His first solo project sold over 350,000 copies, and it catapulted Meek into the hip hop limelight. It also won him the title of 'the most important rapper in Hip Hop'.

The "Dreams and Nightmares" intro is still making waves, and there are a few things we've learned about the song. We hope to hear more from Meek Mill, and his "Dreams and Nightmares" title track. In the meantime, listen to his music, and if you're unfamiliar with the song, check out a YouTube tutorial.

Needs to make a momentous shift in his sound

Despite having a strong track record of singles, Meek Mill's new album hasn't had the lasting impact that his last few albums have had. While he hasn't had a huge amount of chart success, he has been making some money through promotional deals and touring.

"Expensive Pain" features some strong features. The track also has an interesting experimentation with the trap beats. But the lyrics are a bit ill-timed. For example, if you're going to make a song about a rabbit, you're probably not going to go with the same adage as the 'Origin'.

The song is also littered with autotune. While it's not uncommon for Mill to use autotune on his songs, he's a bit more choosy when it comes to using it on his albums. His autotune on this song sounds like an inferior imitation of Lil Baby's. Ultimately, the song is an experiment gone wrong.

The song also has the shortest lyrics on the album. The first line is a great example. But after the first line, the narrative essentially unravels. The "silver lining" is that Mill packs as much lyrics into the first minute as possible. Then, for the next two minutes, he tries to fit words between each downbeat.

Meek's song is also the only one on the album to include the name of the song's narrator. Unlike most songs, Mill uses this line to actually tell a story. He tells a story about providing for his mother.

While "Expensive Pain" has a lot of strong features, it doesn't really have a banger. The song's title track has a bit of experimentation, but the song itself isn't a complete surprise. And the song's other most important feature is its name.

Ultimately, "Expensive Pain" isn't Meek Mill's best album. His sound isn't up to par with the rap game's shift towards R&B. The album isn't a total miss, but it's not the great debut album that Meek has been promising his fans. He'll need to make a major shift in his sound on his next album. In the meantime, he's got a lot of work to do to make his next album the best it can be.

Is he on par with the rap game's shift toward an R&B- and dance-heavy sound

Despite being a top rap star in 2018, Meek Mill's career seems to be in a bit of a transition. His latest album, 2021's Expensive Pain, met with mixed reviews. In spite of its strong features, including rappers Lil Durk and Juice WRLD, the album has a lot of flaws.

The first track, "Intro," sets the tone for the entire project. This song is the first thing the listener hears when they start the album, and it determines whether or not they continue on.

Unlike "Intro," most of the songs on "Expensive Pain" are vintage Mill. The album has a lot of trap beats, strong features, and even some experimentation. The problem is, most songs lack staying power. It's a shame because "Expensive Pain" isn't the best album of Mill's career.

The album opens with a classic album intro, "Dreams and Nightmares," which is more than 200 seconds long. It's a quintessential underdog anthem.

While "Dreams and Nightmares" is a critical piece of Meek Mill's career, it isn't the type of song that will ever top the album. That said, it's a great way to set the tone for the rest of the album, especially if you're at a party or wedding.

"Dreams and Nightmares" also sets the tone for Meek Mill at his most vulnerable. He raps about the ups and downs of his relationship with his girlfriend, which he's had since 2009. The lyrics in the song are heartbreaking, but he never slams her. Instead, he focuses on transparency and vulnerability.

Meek Mill's sound isn't as varied or cohesive as it once was. Instead, his latest album is an example of how rap has changed over the last decade. He's no longer the underdog rapper he once was, but he hasn't yet developed an undeniable banger.

Meek Mill needs to make a big sound change. Instead of playing the same old songs, he needs to take a risk and make a new album that reflects his current sound. He's one of the best rappers in this generation, and he needs to step back from his comfort zone.

Top 5 CMS Platforms For Ecommerce Websites

Having your own CMS Platform can be a great way to make sure that your website is up to date. There are several different options that you can choose from, and this article will help you decide which one is right for you.

1. WordPress

Whether you're looking to build a new website or redesign an existing one, WordPress is the most effective way to go. WordPress is a free, open source CMS that makes it easy to manage all aspects of your site. It's also extremely versatile, allowing you to build a website for any type of business, including e-commerce.

WordPress started out as a blogging platform, but it has since evolved into a comprehensive CMS that handles everything from content to visual aspects of your site. You can also customize it to meet your specific business needs.

In fact, WordPress is the most popular CMS platform in the world. It has over 1.7 billion websites running on it, and is growing by the day. With over 54,000 plugins, there is no shortage of ways to customize your site.

In fact, there are even free and paid plugins on the market, giving you plenty of options for your site.

2. Drupal

Whether you are building an e-commerce site, a blog, or a business website, Drupal can help you realize your dreams. It can handle a large volume of visitors and a large number of content pages. It's also easy to customize and extend.

Drupal has a huge community. It is always open to help others build their sites. Its developers constantly release new features for better usability. It's also a very flexible platform that lets you adopt new technologies as quickly as possible. It is an extremely versatile open source CMS.

Drupal offers a variety of modules and themes. Many of them have handy links to documentation for their APIs. It also includes a theme system that allows users to customize the look and feel of the site.

Drupal offers a number of features that make it easy for web developers to optimize their websites. This includes the ability to export content in blocks, which can feed other systems. There are also a number of workflow tools that help you manage the process of content creation. It also offers integration with a variety of authentication tools.

3. Joomla

Whether you're a business owner, a webmaster or an amateur, Joomla is a CMS platform you can trust. The best part is that it's free and open source. You can get a website up and running quickly and efficiently.

Joomla has the widest variety of quality third-party extensions of any CMS system out there. This gives you a lot of customization options, such as custom themes and plugins.

Joomla is easy to use and manage. This includes an automated access permissions system that allows you to create granular access levels for your website. It also has built-in two-factor authentication. You can configure an access control list to prevent users from gaining access to your site unless they're logged in.

Joomla also boasts an extensive community. There are hundreds of developers and volunteers who support it. There are forums, newsletters and other online resources for those who want to learn more.

4. Mambo

Among the various CMS platforms, Mambo is the most popular one. It is a free and open source content management system that is used for creating and maintaining websites. It also powers corporate intranets and ecommerce sites.

Its simple web interface makes it easy for non-technical users to manage content. It also has rich administrative controls to enable businesses to save time and money.

It has an API that provides an easy way to integrate other applications, like RSS feeds, polls, and PDF versions of pages. It also has a robust templating system, allowing it to perform advanced tasks such as creating image galleries. It also has a number of plugins to extend the functionality of the software.

It also has a large community of users who provide support for the software. Mambo has several forums where users can ask questions or share their ideas.

5. Shopify

Choosing a CMS to run your eCommerce store can be a daunting task. You want to find a platform that's not only easy to use but also offers features that make your life easier.

Shopify is one of the leading eCommerce CMS platforms. It offers a slew of useful features and has the potential to grow your eCommerce brand. Shopify is also a good choice for small businesses with limited budgets. Shopify has a large customer base of merchants and has a proven track record of making online stores a breeze to build.

Shopify has a built in blog and store builder. This allows you to create a website that resembles a mini-store without having to write any code. Shopify also has a large library of free and paid commercial themes.

Shopify also has a built in analytics tool to track and analyze your store's performance. The Shopify dashboard is simple to use, making it easy to manage your store's content. Shopify offers a 14-day free trial. You can use the trial to test out some of the more features before you commit.

6. Shopify Plus

Whether you're looking to set up your own online store or looking to expand your current eCommerce business, Shopify is the right option for you. It's one of the most reliable and popular ecommerce solutions available, and it's easy to use. Shopify is also an ideal choice for companies with international ambitions.

Shopify has several useful features, such as easy-to-use order management and optimized checkout processes. It also provides additional shipping options. It's also one of the best eCommerce solutions for managing customer data. Its support is available via email, phone and live chat.

The best part about Shopify is that you don't have to be a computer geek to set up your store. The platform has open template files that anyone can access. The company offers a free basic plan and a more advanced plan with dedicated support options.

7. Magento

Among all the CMS platforms out there, Magento is one of the most popular. The open source platform offers a powerful and streamlined system for managing your web store.

Magento is used by 200,000 online retailers. It is a versatile and feature rich CMS that is renowned for its SEO features. It also offers a range of promotional tools.

Magento's basic CMS version allows you to group products, set price rules, and add reviews. It also has an intuitive administrative interface. The platform can be hosted on premise or in a cloud.

It uses PHP frameworks and databases to power your store. The platform's open source edition is free. Magento also offers a paid version, starting at 22 thousand dollars. This option has a range of default functionalities, as well as an official Adobe expert's technical support.

The Magento open source version is capable of handling the needs of most medium size online sellers. The platform also boasts a comprehensive extension marketplace. You can find an array of themes, templates, and other web design solutions for your store.

8. Shopify One

Using an ecommerce CMS for an online store is a great way to make your life easier. It will help you handle product management, manage inventory, and distribute goods. It also gives you the flexibility to track your online store's success. However, you should also be sure that you have a CMS that is easy to use and can be easily integrated with other software tools.

An ecommerce CMS should allow you to make quick updates to your store's design and page layout. This should include SEO elements. It also should have the ability to integrate with marketing plugins. These plugins will help you manage your social media marketing and drive more organic traffic.

If you're looking for an ecommerce CMS that's easy to use, Shopify is a great choice. You'll have a simple interface to navigate and a large selection of visually appealing templates to choose from.

9. Wix

Founded in Tel Aviv, Israel, Wix is an easy-to-use website builder that helps customers create websites quickly and efficiently. It is one of the largest CMS platforms available, with over 50 million users and more than 110 million sites in 2017.

Wix is a cloud-based website builder that provides a user-friendly platform that doesn't require a technical knowledge. It's ideal for small businesses and creatives. But, it also has a lot of limitations.

While it's easy to use, the plain text editor is lacking in features such as backdated posts, featured images, and private posts. Also, the site's homepage has a messy div> structure. It's not designed for larger enterprises that need a more prominent backend.

Despite its limitations, Wix is a powerful CMS platform for starting a new website. It's easy to use and offers excellent support. It's also great for e-commerce and creative work.

10. Squarespace

Founded in 2003, Squarespace is a software-as-a-service company that offers a comprehensive website builder. Squarespace provides a variety of templates and tools, which make it easy for anyone to build and manage a website.

Squarespace is not as customizable as a true content management system (CMS). It is great for designers and small business owners who don't have much time to manage their websites. There are also some limitations.

While Squarespace is easy to use, there is a bit of a learning curve. This should be considered when costing for a first Squarespace project.

Squarespace offers templates that are sleek and modern. They are also known for their great ecommerce features. There is also a large library of 3rd party extensions to add functionality to your site.

Squarespace allows users to add social share options to content, which can drive more traffic to your site. Squarespace also has excellent analytics tools, which help you track how your customers are using your site. You can also easily export your site data to another CMS, which can be helpful if you ever decide to change your platform.

Patrick Soon-Shiong - A Man of Great Character

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Despite all of the controversy and accusations, Patrick Soon-Shiong is a man of great character. He is a physician and scientist who co-founded a startup that aims to commercialize his islet-cell research.

Career as a physician-scientist

During the 1980s, Patrick Soon-Shiong was a pioneering transplant surgeon at UCLA. He performed the first pig-to-man islet cell transplant in diabetic patients and was the first to perform a whole pancreas transplant on the West Coast. He later founded the company Abraxis BioScience, which was later acquired by Celgene for the cancer drug Abraxane.

Patrick Soon-Shiong was a widely published researcher. His work led to the development of an experimental Type 1 diabetes treatment called an encapsulated-human-islet transplant. He subsequently founded a second company, VivoRx Inc., to commercialize his work. Soon-Shiong also became the chief executive of the company. He grew his business into a lucrative one that sold generic drugs to hospitals. He was later accused of wasting resources on his own projects and not getting his treatments approved by the FDA.

Soon-Shiong's reputation suffered from inflated claims. He was also accused of letting his ambition get in the way of science. Eventually, he was cleared of all wrongdoing.

Soon-Shiong is one of the most influential people in the biotech and medical worlds. He has invested in several medical companies, including NantKwest and VivoRx, as well as the Los Angeles Times and the Lakers. He owns 80% of American Pharmaceutical Partners, or APP, and 65% of Abraxis BioScience. He has invested in several other companies, including the Cancer Breakthroughs 2020 collaboration, which aims to speed up the development of combination immunotherapy in cancer treatment.

Soon-Shiong's family is Chinese, but his parents migrated to South Africa during World War II. Soon-Shiong's father was a healer, and he sold herbal remedies. His mother, a Chinese woman, was a doctor. His family suffered from racial tension and a lack of resources. Soon-Shiong says he was inspired by his father's success in business and decided to pursue a similar career.

Soon-Shiong moved to Los Angeles in the late 1970s, followed by his mentor. He was a brilliant young medical practitioner, but made less money than his white colleagues. He was also a vehement activist against the apartheid government in South Africa. He was a member of the South African Medical Students Association.

Co-founded a startup to commercialize islet-cell research

Known for his eponymous drug, Abraxane, Soon-Shiong has built an impressive career in the world of medicine and medicine technology. But, he's also been accused of price gouging, fraud, and self-dealing. He's also accused of promoting himself as a physician, which may have hurt his medical reputation. In the wake of these accusations, he's been pursuing a new line of research.

Soon-Shiong is a South African-born Chinese-American, a medical doctor, and a businessman. He is married to former actress Michele B. Chan, and they have two children. During his years as a doctor, Soon-Shiong specialized in pancreas transplants. But, soon he moved beyond diabetes to cancer research. Soon-Shiong developed Abraxane, a drug that can be delivered inside a tumor. He's also co-founded a startup company, VivoRx, which specializes in islet-cell therapy.

Soon-Shiong has also acquired several companies. His NantKwest, a publicly traded company, was merged with a privately held company called ImmunityBio. Soon-Shiong also acquired the Los Angeles Times, the San Diego Union-Tribune, and American Pharmaceutical Partners, a company that provides a safe supply of Heparin, a blood thinning agent.

In 2010, Soon-Shiong was named Business Person of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journal. He also received an award from the Royal College of Surgeons of England for his research, as well as an International J.W. Hyatt Award for Service to Mankind. He holds 200 patents. Soon-Shiong plans to launch a biotech company in Los Angeles.

Soon-Shiong has worked on cancer research for several years, but it wasn't until his brother, Terrence, had a miscarriage that he began to pursue islet-cell therapies. Soon-Shiong performed the first encapsulated human islet cell transplant. Soon-Shiong also worked on a cancer vaccine.

Soon-Shiong, who has received many awards and honors, also integrated his education, science, and biotechnology. Soon-Shiong's goal is to make a difference in the world.

Soon-Shiong's business ventures include the NantWorks ecosystem of companies, which includes cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and semiconductor technology. Currently, the company is conducting 27 clinical trials, including one that uses a cancer vaccine. Soon-Shiong says he's in for close to $700 million in investments so far.


During the Obama administration, biotech entrepreneur and surgeon Patrick Soon-Shiong was an influential adviser. Soon-Shiong spelled out a grand vision for cancer care. He said his plan would revolutionize cancer management. Soon-Shiong announced his plan in October 2013, at the same time as Vice President Joe Biden. Soon-Shiong announced that he would launch a new cancer test.

Soon-Shiong launched his fortune by developing a cancer drug, Abraxane. The drug was eventually sold to Celgene. The drug is used to treat lung cancer and pancreas cancer.

Soon-Shiong has also been the subject of scrutiny for his business dealings. The Utah Legislative Watchdog, for example, has been investigating Soon-Shiong's donations to the University of Utah. Soon-Shiong's mother and father fled China during the Japanese occupation of World War II. Soon-Shiong's father practiced Chinese herbal medicine. Soon-Shiong is also an investor in six California hospitals.

Soon-Shiong is also known for his charitable work. He and his wife have pledged $55 million to Santa Monica's St. John's Health Center. Soon-Shiong and his wife are in the final stages of establishing a new family foundation.

Soon-Shiong's recent business ventures include the purchase of San Diego Union-Tribune, a $500 million deal. Soon-Shiong has also invested $70 million in the Chicago Tribune. Soon-Shiong is also a member of the NantHealth Foundation, a charitable organization that provides tax-free dollars to help those in need.

Soon-Shiong has faced a number of criticisms from medical professionals and the media. He has also been accused of engaging in a "catch and kill" scheme. Several of his cancer fighting startups have been involved in major losses.

Soon-Shiong has been the subject of a number of lawsuits, including one from Sorrento Therapeutics, which alleges that he purchased the cancer drug Cynviloq and prevented it from reaching the market. Soon-Shiong denies the allegations.

In October, Soon-Shiong announced that he would launch a new cancer test. The test is called CancerGPS, which identifies potential cancer treatment targets. Soon-Shiong has stated that the test has been showing positive results in recent trials.

Soon-Shiong has also been the subject of a number of lawsuits for fraud and a violation of trademark law. In an emailed statement, Soon-Shiong denied the allegations.

Net worth

Inventor, businessman, and philanthropist Patrick Soon-Shiong is considered to be one of the richest people in the world. He is currently the 96th richest person in the world, and his net worth is estimated at $8.24 billion in May of 2019. He is also ranked as the 216th richest person in the world, and has a net worth of $12.5 billion in 2015.

Soon-Shiong is a transplant surgeon who invented the Abraxane cancer drug. Abraxane was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2005. He was a founding member of the National Immunotherapy Coalition, which brings together biotech and pharma companies to accelerate immunotherapy treatments for cancer. Soon-Shiong is also a major investor in Celgene. He is one of the founders of ImmunityBio, which develops cell treatments for cancer.

Soon-Shiong is also the founder and CEO of Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Advanced Health, a healthcare transformation institute. Soon-Shiong also owns a 4.5% stake in the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team. Soon-Shiong is also philanthropist and donates to numerous charities.

Soon-Shiong's net worth is largely derived from his investments in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry. He is currently the chairman of Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Advance Health and the CEO of NantWorks. NantWorks consists of a network of health startups. Its health division is designed to offer cloud-based data to the healthcare industry.

Patrick Soon-Shiong owns a home in Los Angeles, California. Soon-Shiong is also ranked as one of the wealthiest people in the world by Forbes. His net worth is largely derived from the proceeds of selling two pharmaceutical companies.

Soon-Shiong has been the subject of media investigations, and the New York Times published an investigative piece that focused on links between Soon-Shiong and a Premier hospital buying group. Soon-Shiong has also been subject to criticism by members of the medical community. He has also been called a showman.

Soon-Shiong owns a 4.5% stake in the Lakers, and he is the minority owner of the Los Angeles Times. Soon-Shiong is a member of the Giving Pledge, and he donated $136 million to the St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica. Soon-Shiong also owns National LambdaRail. Soon-Shiong is also the founder of NantWorks, which focuses on health-related startups.

There Are 8 Billion People on Earth But Soon We Might Hit a Decline

There are 8 billion people on Earth but soon well hit a decline we might

Currently there are eight billion people on the planet, but there is a lot of speculation as to whether there will be a decline in the population soon. While the number of people living on Earth is increasing, fertility rates are falling and life expectancy is rising.

Life expectancy is increasing

During this past year, the world population reached eight billion people. This represents a massive change in population structure. Life expectancy has increased for most people on Earth.

While life expectancy is increasing for many people, many countries are falling behind. This is due to poor health in many parts of the world. Poor health is often a result of lack of access to health care services and civil violence. Some countries are also facing natural disasters that can hinder access to health services.

In the United States, life expectancy for a five-year-old is just 82 years in 2019. In Japan, life expectancy is nearly 85 years. Life expectancy in Japan started improving after the 1960s. But Japan has a high share of elderly people.

Many countries in Africa and the developing world have life expectancies that are much lower than those in the United States or Japan. Life expectancy in many Sub-Saharan countries is less than 60 years. Life expectancy has increased significantly in the last few decades, with a few notable exceptions.

Life expectancy for the elderly is also expected to increase. The number of people who live to 80 or older will increase to almost 5 percent of the global population. This is because global life expectancy is expected to continue its long-term trajectory.

In addition to increases in healthy life expectancy, life expectancy at birth has increased over the last 50 years. Improvements in public health, sanitation and nutrition have contributed to this trend. In some parts of the world, such as the US, life expectancy has increased by six years. In addition, the years people spend with disabilities have increased significantly.

The number of children born in a woman's lifetime continues to decrease. Compared with 1990, fewer people are dying at an early age. In fact, 1% of all deaths in 1990 were people older than 5 years or younger than 14 years old.

Global life expectancy is expected to continue increasing over the next few decades, with the total number of people expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030. The United Nations' World Population Prospects report predicts that the world's population will reach 10.4 billion in the 2080s.

Fertility rates are falling

Despite rapid global growth, fertility rates are slowly but surely declining. While this may not be good news from an environmental perspective, it can be a boon for many nations. A fall in birth rates can lead to a bulge of young workers with fewer dependents. This can be good news for wildlife as well. In fact, in some countries the number of babies born is down for the fifth year in a row.

The average number of children a woman gives birth to in her lifetime has dropped to a historic low every year. It has been estimated that the average number of children born to a woman is now closer to 2.3. This is the lowest number since the mid-1950s.

One reason for the decline is the increasing availability of contraceptives. It allows people to plan better.

Educating women has been shown to be an effective way of lowering the number of children they want to have. Having the right housing and a stable partner are also important factors. However, if a country's fertility rate falls below replacement level, it can lead to a population shrinkage.

The biggest reason for the decline is simple cost. The cost of raising a child to age 18 is around PS160,000 in the UK. However, this is less than the cost of raising a child to age five.

The United Nations estimates the world's population will reach 8 billion in November. Interestingly, the world's population growth rate has slowed down to less than one percent a year. It is projected that by 2039 the global population will be 9 billion.

While fertility rates are declining in many areas of the world, there are large differences between regions. For example, the largest drop in birth rates was in Pakistan. Interestingly, the United Nations estimates the world population will be at 10 billion in 2086. But no real-time census of that number is available.

While there are no surefire methods to slow population growth, fast-growing countries should take steps to limit it. One solution is to tax childless couples.

Population growth in Africa

Currently, Africa has a population of 1.3 billion. This is equal to an average of 3.5 million people added to the population every month. Its population will rise to 2.4 billion by 2050, and 4.2 billion by 2100.

As the population grows, the need to provide better access to education and health care increases. This is a critical issue for African policy makers. They must ensure that the human capital they have is directed to areas where it can have the most impact.

For many African countries, population growth at the present rate will not be feasible. Some have already reached the point where their population is at a maximum. As a result, governments are faced with ethical dilemmas. They must balance the welfare of a larger community with the rights of individuals. They must also use ethically sound interventions to achieve this.

One of the most important facets of population growth is fertility. It is estimated that one in four women on the continent have an unmet need for family planning. This means sexually active women who would like to delay childbearing. Almost half of African countries have an age at which women have their first child around 20.

The age at which a woman in Africa has her first child is significantly lower than the world average. It is also estimated that African women have a higher adolescent birth rate than the global average.

As the population increases, economies must run at a faster rate to sustain the growth. This means the need to provide more productive employment. It also means that governments must balance the rights of individuals with national development goals.

The total fertility rate (TFR) is also an important demographic variable. The rate at which the number of children born to an African woman reaches replacement level will not only affect the size of the population, but also have a major impact on development.

The largest increase in population in Africa will come in Eastern Africa. This is because the region is home to the youngest population in the world. This group includes 420 million young Africans between the ages of 15 and 35.

Life expectancy in Asia

Throughout Asia, life expectancy has increased perceptibly. However, there is a large difference in the average life expectancy in developed and developing economies. Asia is usually the region with the highest life expectancy.

Life expectancy in Asia is based on a variety of factors. Some factors that contribute to life expectancy include standard of living, income, environment, and health care. Other factors include health care and access to adequate health facilities. These factors may be influenced by a country's socio-political environment, genetic-biological factors, and the standard of living of the people.

Life expectancy is a key indicator of population health. It is calculated based on age and gender. Usually, the countries with the highest life expectancy are the most developed. However, there are many exceptions. For example, Okinawa is one of the few places on Earth where people live to 100.

In Asia, life expectancy is generally higher for females than for males. However, there are many countries in which male life expectancy is higher than female. This is due to high maternal mortality rates. In fact, the ratio of maternal mortality in India is still high in some states such as Bihar and Rajasthan.

In general, life expectancy in Asia has increased perceptibly from 1955 to 2020. Life expectancy at birth was 48 years in 1960, 66 years in 1970, and 76 years in 2020. For males, life expectancy increased by 19.8 years. Life expectancy in females increased by 20.5 years.

The health transition in India began with a low life expectancy at birth. However, as life expectancy increased, the mortality situation improved. In fact, the mortality rate for the under 5 years age group decreased by 68 percent. In many countries, child immunization rates are near perfect. Another important cause of the mortality decline is efficient public health programs.

The mortality situation is expected to improve as women's life expectancy increases. However, there are many countries in Asia that have high maternal mortality ratios. This is a major factor in the female disadvantage in Asia.

Generally, the countries with the highest life expectancy in Asia are the most developed. However, there are countries in Southeast Asia that have higher demands for effective healthcare.

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