Bringing the entertainment to your home

| April 3, 2019

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Life is all about finding happiness, and finding your peace in life. So you’ll spend all of your years trying to figure out what this means, and trying to find out how you can secure your own idea of happiness.Whether it be the job you’re doing at the minute, or the people you’re surrounding yourself with, you need to be able to find your happiness if you want to live a good life. Now, one way that we know sure bring happiness and peace in life, is a bit of fun and entertainment.

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OFIVE is a Trendsetter and Alternative Media providing exclusive contents in various genres including Hip-Hop, Soul, Electro & Pop Rock. A specific positioning on urban, alternative and underground cultures allows OFIVE to target a young, connected and cutting-edge public. The Radio & The Magazine are intented to extend OFIVE trend forecaster status.

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OFIVE is a Trendsetter and Alternative Media providing exclusive contents in various genres including Hip-Hop, Soul, Electro & Pop Rock. A specific positioning on urban, alternative and underground cultures allows OFIVE to target a young, connected and cutting-edge public. The Radio & The Magazine are intented to extend OFIVE trend forecaster status.

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