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From a public relations perspective, 2015 was full of wonderful case studies and examples of PR crisis. As we move further away from the conservative PR dos and don’ts we used to impose upon talent years ago, it has become open season for PR crises to run amok. Today, everything is much more relaxed and…

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R. Kelly’s Dec. 21, 2015, appearance on HuffPost Live host opposite Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani could quite possibly be one of the worst promotional interviews of the decade. The self-proclaimed pied piper of music has been pushing his newest project titled, The Buffet and someone on his team felt the HuffPost Live was a great place to get a…

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Having long been one of the more conscious and politically aware emcees in the game, Killer Mike has decided to take his message a step further than the music he’s known for. On Monday, June 15, the rapping half of the heralded Run The Jewels duo announced via Instagram that he’s running as a write-in candidate for…

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During the mid-2000’s MTV’s “Pimp My Ride” was one of the most fascinating shows on TV. Each week viewers were dazzled by the improvements and flashy accessories added to raggedy rides by the crew at West Coast Customs as host, Xzibit, would get the touching backstory of the lucky recipient of the custom remodeling. In a…

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When news broke that 50 Cent had parted ways with Shady, Aftermath, and Interscope Records to go the indie route, it was reported that the split was amicable, but we know sometimes the term “amicable” is used to appear civil and save face. Despite new reports that the clashing of 50’s SMS Audio dealings and…

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Hooray for the pretty brown girls! “Saturday Night Live’s” creator and producer Lorne Michaels confirmed atleast one black comedienne will join the cast in January. Final auditions will be held today on the “Saturday Night Live” stage in New York. After two secret auditions in Los Angeles and New York, alumnae from the Upright Citizens…

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