Master Devil Do Not Kiss Me - Netflix
The story follows our heroine who after losing her mother, is in the custody of a rich family (the male lead's family). She's then allowed to attend a high school with prestige with him. There, people call him Master Devil, he'll always make her pass for difficult moments. \~ Based on the novel of the same name written by Jin Xia Mo.
Runtime: 20 minutes
Master Devil Do Not Kiss Me - The Stereotypes - Netflix
The Stereotypes are a Grammy winning R&B/hip hop/dance production team created in 2003, composed of Jonathan Yip, Ray Romulus, Jeremy Reeves and Ray Charles McCullough II. In June 2010, they were listed among the Top 10 Songwriters and Producers to Watch in Billboard magazine. The Stereotypes are behind songs including Justin Bieber's platinum-selling “Somebody to Love” (feat. Usher), Ne-Yo's “Year of the Gentleman”, Mary J. Blige's “Good Love,” Chris Brown's “Beg For It,” Fifth Harmony's “Deliver,” Lil Yachty's “Better,” Iggy Azalea's “Mo Bounce” and Red Velvet’s “Bad Boy”. The Stereotypes won two Grammy Awards in 2018, Song of the Year and Best R&B Song, for their work on Bruno Mars' six-time platinum, #1 Billboard Hot 100 song “That's What I Like.” The Stereotypes took over the charts in 2017 with a string of anthems from Mars' album 24K Magic album, which swept the Grammys and took home Album of the Year and Best R&B Album. The Stereotypes' contributions to the album include production credits on “24K Magic” (which won Record of the Year) as well as co-producing and co-writing “That's What I Like” and “Finesse”. The Stereotypes were also nominated for a Grammy in the category of Producer of the Year (Non-Classical).
Master Devil Do Not Kiss Me - Grammy Awards - Netflix
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