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Central descriptionAmerican singer-songwriter

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Page creatorJosephwcarrillo (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation14:07, 11 June 2021
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Date of latest edit22:18, 27 June 2021
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Joseph Whitfield Carrillo (born June 11, 1989)[1] is an American Singer-songwriter, and Actor from Santa Clara County, CA, who created the 2018 "Pop, A Cappella" studio album Ultimate Celebrity Blackout.[2][3] The album's lyrics are against censorship and blackouts of Celebrities hence the albums name. "Ultimate Celebrity Blackout" is about preventing media Blackouts and censorship while promoting free-speech and free-press. Carrillo has also released music videos which he starred in including Don't Black Me Out and You Don't Need School to be a Celebrity.[4]
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