The Roshua Review Planting Seeds, 12 Feb. 2016
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The Roshua Review

Planting Seeds, 12 Feb. 2016

Published on in “Music, Music”, language — English. 48 pages.
The 12th issue of The Roshua Review, marking a year in production, is a solo man effort by the founder, Rosh Jobin. He writes 46 pages worth of album reviews, interviews, anticipation pieces, album rankings, reflection pieces, and news recaps. Visually stunning by incorporating a "static" theme, Planting Seeds explores what steps must be taken to reach success. An inspirational and heartfelt 12,000 words, Rosh Jobin celebrates his year-long accomplishment, in the dopest and most interactive way. More
The Roshua Review is an independent music magazine, first published in February 2015. Although there is a Hip-Hop focus, the magazine encompasses music from many genres. The Roshua Review mainly reviews albums, songs, and mixtapes from varying artists. There are also interviews with up and coming artists in the Atlanta Area. It is also common for there to be articles about artistry, the industry, and other focal points in the music culture. Enjoy reading The Roshua Review! More
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