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Building a brand based on trending topics and news can be tough, but Janee Bolden (Bossip), Stephanie “Eleven8” Ogbogu (BallerAlert), Talia Oliver (The Shade Room), and Rea Davis (AllHipHop) are living proof that being yourself while doing what you love can turn your life into a success story. Boss women in media are hard to come by.…

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Building a brand based on trending topics and news can be tough, but Janee Bolden (Bossip), Stephanie “Eleven8” Ogbogu (BallerAlert), Talia Oliver (The Shade Room) and Rea Davis (AllHipHop) are living proof that being yourself while doing what you love can turn your life into a success story. Boss women in media are hard to come by.…

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Building a brand based on trending topics and news can be tough, but Janee Bolden (Bossip), Stephanie “Eleven8” Ogbogu (BallerAlert), Talia Oliver (The Shae Room) and Rea Davis (AllHipHop) are living proof that being yourself while doing what you love can turn your life into a success story. Boss women in media are hard to come by.…

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Building a brand based on trending topics and news can be tough, but Janee Bolden (Bossip), Stephanie “Eleven8” Ogbogu (BallerAlert), Talia Oliver (The Shade Room) and Rea Davis (AllHipHop) are living proof that being yourself while doing what you love can turn your life into a success story. Boss women in media are hard to come by.…

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Run-D.M.C.’s Darryl McDaniels was a guest on the VH1 special, “Love & Hip Hop: Out in Hip Hop,” which featured an open discussion on the relationship between the LGBT community and its relationship with hip-hop. The show aired immediately following the latest episode of “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood.” McDaniels took part in an industry panel that included Allhiphop.com’s Chuck Creekmur, celebrity…

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Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols present ATL Live on the Park: Hip-Hop Unplugged edition in honor of the BET Hip-Hop Awards, showcasing performances by old and new school artists such as TI, Ludacris, Jagged Edge, Tela and Chubb Rock, hosted by Kenny Burns. Above Shanti Das, Chaka Zulu and rapper/producer, Skillz. Check out more pictures of the…

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Without a doubt, producer-singer T-Pain is the man who single-handedly ushered in the second coming of Auto-Tune technology in music, giving hope to even the most vocally challenged amateur or veteran artists that they, too, could croon with the best of them. But now, T-Pain is vowing that he will never use Auto-Tune again. In…

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