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NEW! Music Video: Soul sensation Polly A. incorporates her island roots in latest video ‘Nature’

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The multi-faceted, soulful, artsy Milwaukee native of Jamaican parentage, Meleni Smith, who now goes by the name Polly A., has again graced us with yet another catchy, thought-provoking, visually appealing number.

She recently released the video to her single, ‘Nature’ which tells the story of sometimes unstable, inconsistent relationships and plays on the lame ‘excuses’ that are often heard, which many may be able to relate to.

Polly A is known for her song, ‘Happy’ on the soundtrack of the Will Smith movie ‘Hitch, she has also co-composed ‘Love Is My Disease’ for popular R&B artist Alicia Keys.

Smith also boasts credit for being a 2013 Soul Train Music Awards nominee for Record of the Year, for J.Cole’s song ‘Crooked Smile’.

The ‘Nature’ video plays on Words, Art and throwback, edgy Fashion topped off with a display of her raspy, soulful vocal prowess, skilfully coined lyrics and beat by beat energy… We are loving the creativity and unique vibe in this one! Check it out below:

Photo: Jada Pinkett-Smith gives fans a peek of intimate moments she shares with Will

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“I discovered the sexiest secret the other day. My husband takes pics of me in my sleep. He has a whole stash he revealed to me and I really enjoyed getting a glimpse of myself through his eyes. I had to share one with you guys;)

Life is art. Life is beauty.

J”

We love this:-)

True? Countries with men with smaller than average penis sizes have faster economic growth

So, we have heard of various factors affecting economic growth in a country, such as debt ratio, natural resources and so forth…but a 2011 study has revealed that a country’s GDP growth may actually be highly affected by average penile length….Yah:)

The University of Helsinki’s Tatu Westling found that ‘‘countries that averaged smaller penis sizes grew at a faster rate than their larger counterparts between 1960 and 1985. Every centimeter increase in penis size accounted for a 5 to 7 percent reduction in economic growth.

He goes on further to explain that Penile length and income are two factors that contribute to a person’s level of self-esteem. If a man has more of one, he is less likely to be worried about having less of the other. Westling told The Global Post that at first, he was not serious about the study, until the statistics started showing surprising correlation as the research proceeded.

There has been no concrete explanation as to why the co-relation exists, but the researcher feels men with larger tools feel less inclined or find it necessary to ‘prove’ themselves economically.

Interestinggg…so which countries have the ‘slower growth’ again? lol In this case would it be safe to say size does not matter….Gentlemen is this theory true? Ladies would you rather a ‘more than average’ package or economic stability. Share ur thoughts…:)