SKY Bet League One Southend United player and Diabetes UK Ambassador Ben Coker developed Type 1 Diabetes at age 15. Diabetes type 1 is a form of Diabetes Mellitus caused when insufficient insulin is produced and the lack of insulin therefore results in high blood sugar levels.
Nelly‘s debut album entitled “Country Grammar” debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 and peaked at #1; hit singles “Ride wit Me“, “E.I” and “Batter Up” also featured on “Country Grammar“. The two-time GRAMMY Award-winning superstars following album “Nellyville” produced global anthems “Hot In Herre“, “Dilemma” featuring Kelly Rowland, “Work It” featuring Justin Timberlake, “Air Force Ones“, “Pimp Juice” and “#1“; hit single “#1” featured on the bestselling OST for heralded Academy Award-winning motion picture “Training Day” starring Denzel Washington.
Tod Lending is an Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning producer/director/writer/cinematographer whose work has aired nationally on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS and HBO; Lending’s work has been screened theatrically, awarded at national and international festivals and has also been televised internationally in Europe and Asia.
Tod Lending is the President and founder of Nomadic Pictures, a documentary film production company based in Chicago, Illinois and the Executive Director of Ethno Pictures, a nonprofit film company that produces and distributes educational films.
3-time Award-winning In-spireLS Magazine‘s brand new digital media platform In-spire LS TV interviewed Bellator MMA star Linton “The Swarm” Vassell prior to the monumental Bellator 158 show at the world famous O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom on July 16; the well-documented Bellator 158 event marked Bellator MMA‘s eagerly anitcipated debut in the United Kingdom.
25-year-old Jamaican long distance sensation Kemoy Campbell has single handedly obliterated the stereotype that Jamaican professional athletes are not talented in long-distance events. With Rio 2016 firmly on the horizon, Campbell’s destiny has arrived after four years of endless sacrifice, dedication and preparation to become a national hero in Jamaica. Campbell – who represented Bellefield High prior to succeeding in the NCAA as an Arkansas Razroback – secured championships in both the 1,500m and 5,000m events. Thereafter, Campbell then set an unprecedented 1,500m record of 3:48:43. Kemoy Campbell has also claimed both the 1,500m and 5,000m events, whilst smashing records that existed for seventeen years. Furthermore, the talented Jamaican lowered his 5,000m record from 14:33:43 to an impressive 14:18:58.
In-spire LS Magazine‘s highly anticipated exclusive interview with critically acclaimed 8-time GRAMMY Award-winning Jamaican music superstar Stephen Marley details the prolific reggae superstars inspirational journey, ever-impressive legacy and unfiltered scope on controversial current affairs in unprecedented and liberating Marley-esque fashion.
The uber-talented hit making son of the legendary Bob Marley furthermore discusses in-depth about his incredible brand new studio album entitled “Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life“, empowering the reggae culture in a fickle EDM world, the Marley family, breaking Billboard chart records and a whole lot more only on 3-time Award-winning In-spireLS Magazine.
GRAMMY Award-nominated and BET Hip-Hop Award-winning record producer Drumma Boy is a creatively innovative and widely respected hit maker whose undying passion, endless dedication and musicality knows no boundaries.
At age 14, Drumma Boy was officially generating money as a talented record producer whilst still in High School. Prior to fame and fortune, Drumma Boy initially carved his ever-growing reputation on the richly talented Memphis urban music scene, frequently collaborating with Yo Gotti, Gangsta Boo and Tela. Thereafter not shortly removed from his teenage years, Drumma Boy decided to relocate from Memphis, Tennessee to Atlanta, Georgia – the Mecca of the urban music scene in the United States. Drumma Boy’s supreme ambition and attainable dream was then written in the stars with hours of sacrifice, grind and hustle in Atlanta.
Some onlookers might think that making the shift from wrestling to stand-up comedy is not the most obvious of career diversions. For Mick Foley, it was simply a natural progression in his life around the entertainment industry. Swapping the world of headlocks for heckles has been both an eye-opener and a treat for the legend of World Wresting Entertainment.