Daily Archives: February 4, 2009

Andrews “Drew” Correa Produces “Prom Queen” For Lil Wayne’s Rock “Rebirth”

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There’s a good chance you may already know just exactly who Andrews “Drew” Correa is. After all, he has recently been nominated for a Grammy award (for “Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group” for his contribution to Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter III (which itself has been nominated for 6 Grammy’s and became 2008’s top selling LP and is now 3 times Platinum) for his production on Wayne’s “Mr. Carter” f/Jay-Z.

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KRS-One Freestyle Onstage In Austin 1/24/09

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Russell Simmons Calls Out To Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh And Stanley Crouch To Open Lines Of Communication With The Hip-Hop Community On GlobalGrind.com

Russell Simmons, newly appointed Editor-in-Chief of GlobalGrind.com ( www.globalgrind.com), today called out to FOX News personality Bill O’Reilly, noted Premiere Radio syndicated personality Rush Limbaugh and American music/culture syndicated columnist and critic Stanley Crouch to write a personal blog geared to the hip-hop audience of artists, fans, and executives alike. Reaching an audience of millions, GlobalGrind.com welcomes the three noted critics of hip-hop culture to join their celebrity blogger initiative as a channel to voice their opinions and speak directly to the community.

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Chuck D Honors Black History Month With Speaking Tour And Involvement In Historic Box Set

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Long Island, NY (January 29, 2009) — Music icon and political activist Chuck D will make a number of appearances at colleges throughout the country during Black History Month holding lectures on the subjects of racism, culture, and the power of knowledge. He also is featured in a new box set, Let Freedom Sing: Music of the Civil Rights Movement (for which he wrote a special introduction) and in a companion documentary that will air on TVOne on February 15th.

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