Thank you for jamming with us, it's Issue #2
It's Valentine month, show some love!
Luke Smith graces our cover. The multi-instrumentalist and musical director takes a trip home and gets cosy in the company of his fellow Mancunians. Fayder and Miriam showed off their school, Michaela. Every city should have one maybe more. Let me ask you a question did you trust your teachers? Read what the children think.
Shen asks how much do you have to earn to acquire this beautiful thing we call L.O.V.E? Relationship Guru Kay Bad joins him to evaluate this four letter word. No doubt millions will be asking similar questions at least on one day this month.
It’s not summer but it is expected to break opening "weekend ticket sales". Black Panther movie release date 12th February with better pre-sales than Batman v Superman to become the most-anticipated superhero film of all time.
Explicit! Literally proceed with caution as Mancunian hip hop collaborator Fox puts on record what he won't say in the booth. Fellow Mancunian author Pete Kalu reflects on a footnote in history.
We've introduced a cartoon section to the magazine.
Somethings are hard to define; Jam Session stands by its unapologetic content. Be well read and add us to your collections of sensible things.
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Thanks to all our many contributors.
What's on Editor's picks
ISSUE No. 2
- Dr Dee
- Ian Valentine, Emmanuel Boateng Ankor, Solomon Hughs, Emmanuel Hammond
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