Monday, August 23, 2004

Md Lt Gov. Addresses Hip Hop Summit

Maryland Lieutenant Governor, Michael Steele, addressed the Hip-Hop Summit in Saint Louis on Friday.
The event, organized by the nonpartisan Hip Hop Summit Action Network, attracted more than five-thousand people.
Hip Hop Mogul, Russell Simmons is head of the organization.
A variety of entertainers took part in the event educating young people about the importance of voting.
Hip-hop stars including rappers Nelly and Jadakiss encouraged the audience to register to vote.
Singer Anthony Hamilton encouraged participants to look at how voting or not voting impacts their community.


I'm a little curious about Pitbull because he's Latino, and I like Latino/Hispanic rappers. You can get his CD at Amazon when it is released tommorow.SOHH, Ballerstatus, and AZ Central all have stories about Pitbull. His website is

Other Stories and internet plugs:

Music Piracy Lawsuits Wend Through Courts

Usher: I Have No Beef With Timberlake

Simmons' Hip-Hop Summit Hits St. Louis

Check out G-Unit's website.

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