Yo! MC: The NextJAM!

Blog URL:http://nextjam.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:movies, photography, toys, sneakers, reviews, events, comics, cars, technology
Country:Philippines
Location:Makati City

The personal blog of Mark Cerbo is about a mix of pop culture interest namely reviews on movies, photography, food, books, toys, comics, products and sites. An adventure on events coverage and a daily dose of "What's the Next JAM?"



Latest Blog Posts



10.12.2017 – In case you missed it UDD’s latest music video “Sigurado” for the forthcoming self-titled album has been released this recent weekend. It’s entirely set in Tokyo Japan and it features a Japanese reality TV star in Mizuki Shida.

10.13.2017 – Anywhere in the world the Police mobile is an essential vehicle for the law and enforcement. From doing rounds in the village to chasing cars that go over the speed limit it’s the vehicle that takes them right smack of the crime scen...

10.11.2017 – For those who haven’t travelled to South Australia in the heart of it is Adelaide a city of diverse culture and known as a festival state. Every month there’s unique happenings and this is all year round, but if you’re more of...

10.06.2017 – Chevrolet has many notable pick-up trucks, but there are also unfamiliar ones as they never where produced in other markets particularly in Asia or even in Australia as most of the GM produced Chevys are under the Holden badge. But t...

09.24.2017 – It’s one of the films that’s basically under the radar for some, but for those who haven’t heard of this mystery thriller surely you’ll probably line up to catch this as the official trailer has been released. Now its time to...

09.29.2017 – There have been taxi cabs in city and in reality they’ve been there to serve passengers and take them to their destination. Taxis have been around part of transport culture and it has evolved, but stayed true to its concepts. All...

09.22.2017 – There are pick-up trucks built for the right kind of use. Utility vehicles today have to be reliable and flexible for its assigned use. There have been several brands who put their name on the line to show that they’re made tough.