I say yes it is a great thing that Ti-vice is doing... Also...

Tigeorges - July 31 2014, 3:33 PM

I say yes it is a great thing that Ti-vice is doing...

Also ti-vice should add to they contract once you leave T-vice the idea of forming your own band after is forbidden for 3 years

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