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    Jun 23, 2006
    I'm Soooooooooooo Excited! & I just can't hide it....ima bout to loose control and I think I like it!!!!!

    LOL!!! All that is true...except the loose control part....LOL! I am in TOTAL control!!!!
    I have some news that I need you ALL to spread like bad news....but in this case bad NOT meaning BAD, but bad meaning VERY GHOOD!!!!!

    WEDNESDAY JULY 26, 2006



    Monthly Musical Showcase Kickoff and Mixx CD Release

    Music and Mixx CD by Wildchild DNA


    Featuring performances by:

    BROWN FISH with special guest B. Fly


    Che Ray

    Skarr Akbar

    Real 2 Real

    Hosted by C Love & Le Femme Noir

    MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW!!!! I just couldn't wait any longer to tell you!!!!


    Mark Your Calendars!


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    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/23/2006 07:21:00 AM   6 comments
    Thank you B'More Butta for the wonderful pics! You really made my day!!!
    I knew I got up there an acted a fool.....BUT these pics prove I was in rare form...LOL! Look at my arms in the air..being waved like I just dont care!!! LOL! I had a great time!!! Thank you so very much for the memories, ladies! Thank You, Ms. Butta for making sure I never forget this beautfiful day in Hip Hop History!
    NEXT YEAR!!!!! B'More Get Ready!!!!

    check me out on MYSPACE @ www.myspace.com/clove
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/23/2006 07:09:00 AM   0 comments
    Jun 21, 2006
    Give to the Skinny Suge Defense Fund
    I didn't even know!

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    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/21/2006 03:49:00 PM   0 comments
    Jun 20, 2006
    Performances from Backland & EJ THIS SUNDAY @ CLUB MATE LADIES FREE b4 11PM

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    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/20/2006 10:42:00 PM   0 comments
    SAY NO!!!!!!
    This is my dog, but...he needs a massage!
    A lil somethin for you haters!!! he he!

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    link: Nah Right
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/20/2006 10:25:00 PM   1 comments
    Jun 19, 2006
    AFRAM 2006 is a wrap!

    Yesterday was the last day for the Baltimore AAHF. This year's celebration was very nice. I thought that the Camden Yards site was a great location. Although the festival was free, I had to pay $10 for parking. That was a little steep, but if you look at it as $10 to see Chaka Khan, Biz Markie, Erika Badu and Lil Bro [depending on the night you went]....it was a steal!!! Apparently, the festival got a few complains about commercialism at the festival. While I had a great time.....I kinda have to agree with this writer's assesment. Sad, but true: I saw an asian woman selling a T-shirt that read, "I love my People" printed on the shape of Africa (the continent) LOL! it's funny in retrospect, but it was kind of odd and unsettling.

    I could shoot myself....I forgot my camera! Sooooooooo...I have no pics to show you. I was rushing to get there and felt that I didn't have the time to turn around. If I would have only knew....NOT only did I have time to go back home...LOL!, but I could have went and got me something to eat. I sat around for like 2 hours. Its all good tho....there were quite a few photographers there...I am sure one of them got some shots. If I am able, I will post some. I looked cute yesterday too...LOL!

    The ladies of Baltimore Hip Hop definitely put on a great show! Everyone arrived looking beautiful and ready to set the stage on fiyah! Smooches for all of you - Ms. Stres, Golden Seal (Reflect Son & Jahli) and B. Fly!!! Thank you so much for making me feel part of your show. I had a great time!!! I wished I could rap more than I ever have in my life yesterday. I need a ghost writer!!!! LOL! just playin! Im noooooo rapper! Surprise additions included, G.E.M. (formally known as Tha Plague) and Nic Soprano. Sound truly does make a huge difference. The sound was great!!!! I even came out liking a song that I originally thought was aiight! I vow to always make sure sound for my events in on point.

    Big ups to everyone that took the time out to show the performers love.

    HGE, Unreal, E the Poet Emcee, Akil Mizan, Lyrical Leviathan, Al Shipley, J. Sands, Jenab Suma, Tislam, Olu, James (Black out Studios), DJ Lil Mic, Shellbe Raw, Jaye Hunnie , Big Rio, Ike (Head Nod), Ebony (Ms. Crown Royal- you are a hard worker!!!), DJ She Rocks! (she really does!!!) & everyone else...who I saw and didn't see - I got maad love for yall!!!

    Other B-More News:

    Straight out of Baltimore, Maryland, Fresh Digress, is poised to become today's biggest group in Christian hip-hop.
    What's Next? BAN ON WHITE TEES???
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/19/2006 04:19:00 PM   4 comments
    Baltimore Club

    For those of you that wonder what it is....here is a lil something. I must admit, I am not the biggest club head and my knowledge of the super stars is limited. This is not a personality driven music genre...so there are no faces to remember. Club music is something you really have to experience on your own...its very familiar, ye very different from anything you've ever heard.

    source: http://students.haverford.edu/dcooper/

    Baltimore Club Night!

    While you were sleeping, Baltimore (aka Bmore) bounce [this is a new one for me...LOL!] was fast becoming the hottest music ever. A long-kept secret at local clubs in Baltimore, this ridiculously infectious style of dance music is now taking over the world. You will never have more fun with your pants (maybe still half) on.

    Rod Lee is the undisputed godfather/king of Baltimore club music, the most grimiest nastiest club ass dance shit you'll ever hear. When he cracks a new mix, bits will sell for like $200 to whoever grabs it first (no lie) -- Rod's been around since it started so yeah he knows how to work the wheels of steel. The Bmore beat is INTENSE -- the deepest bass drops to rattle the raftahs, super-sharp claps and drum rolls, the slickest champ-is-here trumpets, and most importantly the filthiest non-stop sample "lyrics" you'll ever hear. But what did you expect from Bodymore, Murdaland man.
    Dance My Pain Away

    Aaron Lacrate
    Baltimore club's been grabbin for 15 years, mad-unknown except for those Bmore heads who KNOW (and clever dj's w/ their ears to the street). We mean that's the way it used to be -- some of those dj's are bringin that dirty sound out the gutter and into clubs around the world (check out any Philly spots and trust me you'll HEAR IT). At the forefront is NY club king Aaron Lacrate, who's collabs w/ hollertronix's low budget, soon-to-be ungodly-large spank rock, nasty scottie b himselft and more have brought the bmore sound to new heights. It's poppin off now and Aaron's got his hands in the pot.

    This is the track that Debonair Samir produced!

    Amanda Blank is blowing up like crazy right now, riding the bmore craze wave as the crowning princess MC of the scene. Plus she's the nicest coolest, filthiest rapper we've come across in a long time. Any rapper chick who boasts about the size of her dick is fucking cool in our book.
    check me out on MYSPACE @ www.myspace.com/clove
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/19/2006 02:43:00 PM   1 comments
    Quit it...why don't cha!!!!

    I always cringe when I read articles about "Stop Snitchin".

    Does anyone even know what it means to be a SNITCH???

    I cringe because most of the people out here expounding on the topic are totally wrong.

    We are not talking about whistle blowers!

    We are not talking about the woman who calls the police because she wants the neighborhood boys to stop hustlin in front of her house.

    &....... we are not talking about the woman that goes into court and testifies against the boyfriend that assulted her.

    A snitch is a whole different breed & I am sorry, but theses people should be called out for what they are.

    A snitch is a person who was involved in the crime, but because they got caught......they decide to tell on everyone. Yall out there "gettin money together" ......But you not tryna do the time alone. So you mess it up for everyone!!! Never mind the fact that everyone knows the risk when the get involved. Some people are weak and they take good people* down with them.
    *How criminals can also be good people is another discussion for another day.

    A good friend of mine....was on the run for several years {after they mashed his friend...who by the way took his time and lived with it}....moved down South, but would come back and fourth to visit his family every now and again.

    On one visit...his crack head cousin called the police on him for the $2500 metro crime stoppers reward.
    Not only is his cousin a rat, but he is a b*tch. LOL! yeah! he is! Them drugs got him to snitch on his family!!!

    Nooooooooow, before anyone gets mad at me or misunderstands my conviction....I am one of the most upstanding citizens you will ever meet, but right is right and wrong is wrong. When a person commits a crime..he should do the time, BUT....the police did not catch him. It was not a concerned citizien that called...it was a person who was prolly mad because this man was on the run for over 2 years and was still "gettin money" and would not give him any. They used to get down together an his cousin got caught up and left behind.
    His cousin prolly smoked all that reward money up in a weekend...IF he ever even got it. Some one may say..."well the cousin was doing the right thing"....& you are correct, but again ....you are missing the point. These are not normal citizens...they truly live in the shadows and are governed by laws that keep their world balanced...when one person throws this off..it messes up everything. I don't live that life so the rules do not impact my life in anyway. Snitching for rewards, telling to get less time, wearing wires for the police is now of epidemic proportions. This is not making the world a better place....if anything "Snitching" (using the term correctly) is causing more people to die. If you benefit from telling....9 times out of 10 you are a SNITCH!!!!

    "Stop Snitchin" has some how come to mean Witness Intimidation. When I was growing up.....SNITCH was a bad thing. This is not a NEW word or slang!!! All the confusion as to what it means....Just happened! This is yet another example of how mainstream media locks in on one understanding of a word or phenomina and runs with it. If you are out there living that life you know what a rat is.....sammy the bull was a snitch....& you know why. Why all this drama for using the same word?

    Sure, some people involved in illegal activities have intimidated witnesses because they were afraid of going to jail, but this is not apart of some organized national campaign to intimidate witnesses. Some people resort to anything when their backs are against the wall. Some people are bullies -PERIOD.

    I've seen them try to lump plain white T-shirts and gang violence with the "Stop Snitching Movement"....LOL! as if the broke asses, bloods and crips got together and decided to become national spokespeople. Its really not even that complicated!!!! It's a movement (figuratively), but in no way is it organized. You got a few yo's out here thinking its slick to say....but the sentiment is in no way NEW!!!! Black people {the main "Stop Snitchin" spokes people} are not that organized...SORRY blame people not showing up for court and high crime/homicide rates on something else!

    As with every other fad....let's blame the asians...LOL! Nah, we can't blame them, but it is partly their fault that you see it everywhere. Why is not one coming down on the people that perpetuate this BS? Once the T-shirts were available cheap (under $20) ....you know everybody and their mama (literally) was gonna get one. If you would have visited the flea market a few months ago.....every other stand was full of T-shirts making reference "Stop Snitching". At that point it was trendy...it was all over the TV, the newspapers, internet..so it was a guaranteed money maker........REWIND...last weekend! next to none...why b.c. the BUZZ is damn near gone. Same thing with Jeezy's snow man T's. The public outcry was so terrible that Changes up in Mondawnmin took them out the window (where they'd been prominently displayed for months)....REWIND.....yesterday....They got them NEW Snowman Tee's in assorted flavors.

    You can't blame this on Skinny Suge or Carmelo for reiterating something that is common knowledge to anyone that grew up in the hood or know people that break law. Why do I know people that break the law....YOU CAN'T PICK YOUR FAMILY!!!! nor can you pick the neighborhood your parents raise you in.

    .....Let's assign some blame CNN/Baltimore Sun/Washington Post and everybody else that has something to say -STILL. They are the ones' that turned Stop Snitchin into a billion dollar marketing idea/slogan. I think that this is another case of the media hopping on a story and sensationalizing it for ratings.

    Let's be real about this......We are talking about a bootleg DVD that was NOT for everyone. I thought it sucked.... yet....everybody by Roger Ebert reviewd it. The feakin JHU film fest showed it to a packed house!!!

    My only reason for this rant....is I am sick of seeing people engaged in these extremely educated conversations about Stop Snitchin and they have the core issue all wrong...LOL! (& in the process painting the picture that Baltimore is the wild wild west) . Message to John Law: Stop making it so that people can get off when they snitch!!!! That's what's wrong!!!

    What bought this on???..............

    315 years for the crooked cops

    Why didn't this make National NEWS!!!!???? This is a real story!!!! This the real movement that needs to be publicized!!! Let's find ways to smoke out these cops out here terrorizing people!
    ..........& what do you think theses cops are calling all the people that testified against them...concerned citizens??? They prolly aren't sitting back like, "I know I was wrong...give me my justice"...nah! I bet SNITCH has come out of their mouths a time or 2. If you are not involved in illiegal activities and you testify (truthfully)....you are not a snitch. If you broke the law with me ....& you mad because you got caught and not me....& you tell...not only are not you a Snitch but you are a hater! LOL!

    In legitimate business you have the Better Business Bureau..... the streets have Don Diva....& they have been calling people snitched for ever. LOL! I have read letters from inmates in Don Diva where they named names....people want this information. This is the reason why magazines like Don Diva and F.E.D.S. are so popular. Don Diva's no holds barred approach to urban journalism has gained them fans the world ova because they talk to a particular demographic.

    The above is not a complete thought....
    &.......... I am a woman! Yeah..we down with that street ish too!

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    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/19/2006 02:06:00 PM   0 comments
    B'More remixes poppin up everywhere!

    Hustlin' (BMore Remix)
    Vad händer om man blandar den mest hypade rapparen idag, med den mest hypade dansmusiken idag? Alla som hänger på Hollertronix forumet, vet.

    (ja, jag gjorde bilden i paint. och?)

    I have NO idea what the above says....LOL!, but music is a universal language...isn't that beautiful!!! What cha think???

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    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/19/2006 12:51:00 PM   1 comments
    Got some ghood news & some bad!!!
    Usually when I am faced with the decision of which one I want first...I go with the ghood....so Ima give that to ya first:

    The Yung Huslas debut mixtape CD is in the streets NOW. I can't wait to get my copy!!! Hosted by Skarr Akbar, this CD promises to be really ghood. I love these little guys (I think the oldest one may be 17)...especially Blue (aka S.L. Danga aka Dangerboy - The Baby Faced Monster. He used to keep in touch with....mmmmmmmh?? what happened...LOL!). I am sooo happy to see that someone finally put some money behind there kids. Check for the song, "Exactly"...Its kinda old, but since this is their first mixtape I hope they included. It's just the kind of catchy song that the radio would prolly love. Im prolly a little biased about these guys because I see how hard they grind. These kids be erewhere. They get around better than most adults! HA! The first time I met them...THEY set up a meeting with me at Mondawnmin Mall to discuss having their bio written...LOL! Under normal circumstances I would not have dealt with them (I don't do kids or artists for that matter...LOL!)....but I thought it was the cutest when I found out how old they were (Blue was like 14 or 15 @ the time) ........& was really curious about them. Funny part, when I arrived...they were serious as hell!! Shout out to "Krazy"....Madame of Murdaland runner up and official YH front woman!!! Don't let their age fool or mislead you...THESE shorties be spittin that real ish!

    Check out some of their music on the R.A.R.E. Entertainment MYSPACE page.

    Now the bad.....sad news:

    Friday, June 02, 2006

    Tyree Colion Found Guilty

    Current mood: disappointed

    For those of you who were not away, Tyree Colion was arrested on 4/19, the day before his CD release arty. He was arrested as a result of a warrant for violation of parole and when police apprehended him, he was allegedly in possession of marijuana. Once in custody, he was denied bail.

    This past Thursday, June 1, was his court date for the violation of parole charge. Given Tyree's past and probably also because of his public persona, the prosecutors and judge seemed to be determined to nail him. Despite the best efforts of R.A.R.E. Entertainment's legal team and testimony from R.A.R.E.'s
    president, Tyree was found guilty on a violation of a parole; the judge insisting Tyree was not a productive member of society.

    He has not been officially sentenced yet but still faces another court apperance for an old assualt charge resulting from a small scuffle two years ago at Baja Beach Club. Depending on the outcoming of the assualt trial, Tyree could be facing anywhere from four to fifteen years in jail.

    I can't really speculate fully on what the outcome of his sentencing will be, but at this point, it's looking
    like best case scenario for Tyree is serving four years of his fifteen year suspended sentence. I would ask that everybody keep Tyree in your thoughts and prayers and hope for the best. Anybody that knows Tyree is aware that he is a very changed man and is not the same person that was convicted back in '92 at the age of fifteen.

    For those that are interested, Tyree's triple mixtape "Tyree Colion presents Hustle Hard Blvd." is available in limited quantities. With Tyree away, R.A.R.E. does not plan to fully release it, however, if you're interested in purchasing it, contact us. The 3 disc mixtape features over 60 songs and is $15. The money from the mixtape will go towards supporting Tyree's beautiful five month old baby girl. Also, for anybody that wants to write Tyree, I will make that address available shortly.

    On a business note, R.A.R.E. Entertainment will not cease to exist in the absence of Tyree Colion. We till plan on gearing up for a big summer, starting off with the release of The Yung Huslas "Strickly Business Vol. 1", followed by a DVD. Keep your eyes open and your ears listening.

    check me out on MYSPACE @ www.myspace.com/clove

    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 6/19/2006 08:01:00 AM   0 comments
    Jun 18, 2006
    HarlemPiff.com interview with NOE
    April 4, 2006

    HarlemPiff: Whats good? Before we get into the interview, just let the people know who you are.
    NOE: I'm NOE. The Baltimore Beast.
    HarlemPiff: Why the name NOE? Does that mean anything?
    NOE: Well in latin it means "peace" or "rest" and in some languages it means "new". But my nickname is Kinoe. It was given to me by my pops. So it became "NOE" for short. The reason all the letters are capitolized is because of what my life stands for and NOE is merely the title representing everything I have accomplished, good or bad. Everyone's name or title should be written the same way.
    HarlemPiff: A lot of people first heard you on Jim Jones City Of God mixtape as the unknown rapper (???), why didnt your name appear on the track listing?
    NOE: It was something Jim decided to do to place some mystery and controversy amidst my introduction to the rap world. He felt like with the comparisons surrounding my vocal tone, he didn't just want to market me carelessly and without consideration for nature of the industry. So I was a question mark. In many ways I still am. I did a song called "45" a few years ago and mentioned my name at the end of the verse and people still called it, "Jay-Z - "45", from the Black album". So people will know and aknowledge me when they choose to know and aknowledge me.
    HarlemPiff: How did you hook up with Jim Jones?
    NOE: I met Jim through my business partner, Nicole "Nicety" Chaplin. She set up a meeting with Jim at Atlantic. We went in the office with the vision of Jim backing me and I came out a member of the Byrdgang/Dipset family.
    HarlemPiff: What is it like being one of the first acts on Jim Jones newly founded Byrd Gang Records?
    NOE: Its an honor. Period. I don't know how else to say it. There is no feeling that brings more elation than being accepted and believed in. Jim, at the end of the day, has shown more confidence in my talents than anyone in this shit business. Is he hated? Yes. Is he always the nicest individual? No. But everything he said he would do to assist my career, he has done. I will always honor him for that, unless I see otherwise. Byrdgang all day.
    HarlemPiff: Since Im sure this is on everyones mind, you sound a lot like Jay-Z. The flow, the voice, its very similar. Is that all you or is it changed up a little?
    NOE: It depends. Is Jay all Jay? Is any artist all of themselves ever? I'm influenced by many. Pac, Biggie, Nas, Scareface, DMX, Raekwon, Jada, and many more. Jay has surpassed them all in terms of longevity and accomplishment. So why would I not be influenced by him as well. Jay is included. You could listen to "Testify" and feel DMX's influence all over that. If you listen to "Street Hustlin' " conceptually I borrowed the same approach Nas, Pac, or Jay would have. But its only my charge papers I read from. I'm not a "his"storian. I am a "my" storian. I think the question you really wanted to ask without being offensive is "Are you mimicking Jay?". If I were, would I admit it? Probably not. But if I were truthful and said " I am not", would anybody believe me. I doubt it. So the truth to that question is irrellevant. So it's really not a good question to answer. Although I commend you because it is a good question to ask.
    HarlemPiff: Thank you for that, sometimes it is hard to ask perhaps sensative questions, but I know I appreciate that honesty as will everyone else. That being said, has it been harder for you to come up in the game sounding like Jay or has it worked to your advantage?
    NOE: Both. It's been very arduous. I can't deny that. My opportunity to be successful may have materialized a lot sooner if I didn't have a similar voice. But it's had its advantages, because no matter how many people love or hate Jay-Z. Its undeniable that I am fun to listen to, especially because I spit.
    HarlemPiff: A lot of people have wondered why, with the Dipset beef with Jay-Z, why Jim would sign someone that sounded so similar to him, whats your response to that?
    NOE: Jim signed me eight months before any of us knew Cam was coming like that. That was a surprise to a whole heap of people. I remeber the day I heard the song I thought "Oh shit, what in the hell have I landed in the middle of?" It's like sitting in a stalling car in the middle of a train track and two trains from two different directions are heading towards you. You just want to get out of the way. Cam can definitely fight his own war. So can Jay. I wait for Capo to move. Then I move.
    HarlemPiff: Where are you from?
    NOE: Murdaland. Baltimore City.
    HarlemPiff: What was your life like growing up? NOE: The pits. Poor. Broke. No name brand anything. Thrift stores, oatmeal, the projects, bad parents and no friends. But I won't complain.
    HarlemPiff: You have a mixtape out, correct?
    NOE: Correct. "The Brix Tape"
    HarlemPiff: Was this your first tape youve released?
    NOE: No. This is the second. The first was entitled "Ill Gotten Gains".
    HarlemPiff: How do you feel it is being received by the Hip Hop Community?
    NOE: I don't know. I only focus on how Byrdgang receives me when I walk out of the sound booth.
    HarlemPiff: Alright, so what do you feel you bring to the table as an artist?
    NOE: Meat. Hip Hop's "table" is full of all appetizers. But nothing is appetizing. In order to have meat somebody has to go out and kill. In this case it's the "ears" that are controlling what we listen to. They have to be "slain." That system has to be challenged. So fuck it. I'm the underdog anyway. Every label in this fuckin' industry that I've been exposed to has feared the gangster marketing it takes to make me a star. Some say it's impossible. But I used to sleep on benches dawgz and never broke down and here I sit. Because I matter now. Just a little bit. So everything is possible. Everything.
    HarlemPiff: Where do you get inspiration for your rhymes and how much time a week would you say you spend working on your music?
    NOE: Well because of the life I've lived I am inspired to survive. And do it by any means. That's what I'm inspired to do. Writing only fills you in on how I got here. As far as time spent writing.... I remember meeting Treach of "Naughty by Nature" on a side street in Baltimore 13 years ago. He was there filming the movie "Meteor Man". I was homeless then, but I had just gotten a job and a new girlfriend so I thought I was movin' up in the world. I had always been a writer since age 12, but I was just learning to rhyme when I met him that day. I loved this nigga's song "Everything's Gonna Be Alright." When I heard that joint I knew what I wanted to be. I walked up to him and asked him what would it take for me to be one the best rappers to have ever lived. He said, you have to "write every goddamn day for the rest of your life. Write about anything good or bad. Even if it's wack, don't throw it away. Keep it." Then he signed my rhymebook. I have literally been writing something everyday for the past 12 or 13 years.
    HarlemPiff: What are your plans for your future in music?
    NOE: Not sure my nigga. I have time to figure it out. The universe decides for me.
    HarlemPiff: Who are some artists you would like to collaborate with in the future?
    NOE: Anybody who makes good music. Anybody.
    HarlemPiff: Would you ever collaborate with Jay-Z?
    NOE: There is a song floating out there that he and I have lended our vocals to. It's "Ballers." It was released in '99 or '98, not sure. It was on a compilation album called "The Projects Presents Ballers Forever", by AV8 records. Research it, you'll find it. We weren't in the studio together to do it. He had already laid his verse on the joint. Would I do a future collaboration? In a perfect world, of course. But amidst the industry bullshit, may not ever happen.
    HarlemPiff: Any other ventures you can see yourself taking part in aside from rapping?
    NOE: I'm positioning myself to be the Executive Editor in Chief of two major entertainment magazines. I'm negotiating those terms now. I am the Lead Editor and Lead Writer for HUSH magazine. I am the Executive Producer of "The Nicety Chaplin Show" available through Swagger Wireless Inc. via Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and Cingular downloading.
    HarlemPiff: If you had to choose one word to describe yourself, what word would you choose?
    NOE: Honorable
    HarlemPiff: Before we finish up is there anything else you wanna say, any shout outs you wanna give?
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