Jason Terrell (left) and Mario Jovan Shaw outside the Profound Gentlemen office in the North Carolina Music Factory.
Jason Terrell (left) and Mario Jovan Shaw outside the Profound Gentlemen office in the North Carolina Music Factory. Ann Doss Helms ahelms@charlotteobserver.com
Jason Terrell (left) and Mario Jovan Shaw outside the Profound Gentlemen office in the North Carolina Music Factory. Ann Doss Helms ahelms@charlotteobserver.com
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