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04 February 2011

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alicia banks

wow

he rocks...thanks!

we need some gay tupacs to call out hobama!!!!

BLACK

WOW...I feel Kaoz's passion and I was humbled by his honesty and truth. I am amazed at the detailed life experiences he shared about the gay lifestyle and friendships and just folks in general regarding his cause. Rod I wanna thank you for your blog because I have been a big cry baby lately and I get inspiration from several of your posts. I feel like I am all over the world when I log on to this site. It is a special thing your doing by sharing the diverse knowledge regarding things that I care about and have a place to share my input. Keep up the good work and GOD BLESS US ALL FOR THE INDIVIDUALS WE ARE REGARDLESS OF OUR SEXUALITY.

DW Jazzlover

I am very touched by this young mans passion! I loved that he called being Gay a gift, because I use that line all the time and my friends do not understand that at all...It is the gift we have been given and it is up to us to take it to it's full potential.
Thank you Rod for this post..You really started my day on a high note..
I will keep my eye on this young man and may God bless him...
Much Love....

Kevin

Great, emotional interview. Since we're on the subject of gay artists, I just did an interview with B. Slade (who did a song with Kaoz) a few days ago. Here's the link:http://indiesandtheunderground.blogspot.com/2011/02/b-slade-interview.html

TheRevKev

Bravo, Rod, for this spotlight!

I love KAOZ and I'm looking forward to doing something with him in 2011. He's FIYAH!!!!!!

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