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Win a pair of tickets to see OX & LEXX 9ELEVEN open for MMG’s Stalley on Dec 6th at Tammany Hall in NYC. Must be 21+
FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS TO ENTER NO RAP MONEY’S OFFICIAL CONTEST:
4) SUBSCRIBE to www.youtube.com/NORAPMONEY.
5) Mention #NRMDEC6TH to @NoRapMoney when you’re done & you’ve entered the contest. Winner’s will be chosen November 29th, 2012.
**If you’ve already done all of these steps prior to the contest, simply do the last step and you’re all set**
L-GANG & ATM will be donating books to Scholarich’s book drive. All books will be donated to under resourced community centers and detention/ juvenile institutions in Brooklyn, New York.
One of the main purposes of Scholarich Foundation and its showcases are to provide a great platform for artist to share their exceptional talents, as well as raise money for community endeavors. The Source Magazine has partnered with Scholarich to feature a headline performance by Maybach Music Group’s Stalley.
This event is coupled with a “BOOK DRIVE” theme to encourage people to provide appropriate reading for under resourced community centers and detention/ juvenile institutions in Brooklyn, New York. We aim to provide a sense of urgency to our failing youth and instill a sense of responsibility for our peers.
On December 6th , the Book Drive Fundraiser Concert will take place at Tammany Hall, 125 Orchard st in NYC at 7pm. Hosted by Lowkey, music by DJ Self, and surprise guests!
For every entry, OX & Lexx 9Eleven will donate a book to Scholarich’s book drive
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Most of you know, i'm not a fan of rappers claiming the street life if they never actually lived it. I believe artist need to be authentic to themselves.
With that being said, Southside Jamaica Queens rapper Lexx 9 Eleven is reminiscent of 50 Cent. Having been shot twice, stabbed, hospitalized and incarcerated, Lexx is still alive and has overcome the many obstacles he faced over the years.