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10775558880?profile=original Nick Cannon has been fired from his MTV show Wild 'N Out and other work for the channel's parent company, which said he had promoted anti-Semitic comments. ViacomCBS said a recent episode of his podcast Cannon's Class "promoted hateful speech and spread anti-Semitic conspiracy theories". In response, Cannon said he does "not condone hate speech nor the spread of hateful rhetoric". The star also presents The Masked Singer, which is made by Fox. He created Wild 'N Out, an improv series that has had 15 series, but which will now come to an end. He has also hosted a string of shows for the ViacomCBS-owned Nickelodeon channel over more than 20 years, and was named chairman of spin-off TeenNick in 2009. In a statement, the company said: "ViacomCBS condemns bigotry of any kind and we categorically denounce all forms of anti-Semitism." It added: "While we support ongoing education and dialogue in the fight against bigotry, we are deeply troubled that Nick has failed to acknowledge or apologise for perpetuating anti-Semitism, and we are terminating our relationship with him." In the 30 June episode of Cannon's Class, the presenter interviewed former Public Enemy rapper Professor Griff, who left the group in 1989 after saying Jews were "wicked". Professor Griff claimed to Cannon that he was talking about Jews controlling the media, and said: "I'm hated now because I told the truth." Cannon added: "You're speaking facts." The presenter called Professor Griff a "legend". He also said the "Semitic people are black people", and that: "You can't be anti-Semitic when we are the Semitic people." On social media, Cannon later said he had "no hate in my heart nor malice intentions" and that he held himself "accountable for this moment". Cannon was also criticised for comments that suggested white people were "less" than black people. Nick went on to his twitter account and stated "Until then, I hold myself accountable for this moment and take full responsibility because My intentions are only to show that as a beautiful human species we have way more commonalities than differences, So let’s embrace those as well as each other. We All Family!" 4:23 PM · Jul 13, 2020 The star hosted America's Got Talent on NBC from 2009 to 2016 and is launching a syndicated daytime talk show called Celebrity Call Center in September for Fox. Cannon also hosts a morning radio show for KPWR in Los Angeles, and is the former husband of singer Mariah Carey. Source : https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-53415314
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This year marks the 12th Anniversary of DJ HeadBussa’s Celebrity Birthday Week April 26 - May 1 benefitting the National Ataxia Foundation. HB Week’s mission is to: EducateInspire and Uplift the urban community in Tampa Bay through various outlets such as: Charity Bowling Events, Community events, Volunteer Work, and Entertainment Events. Log on to www.HBweek.com for more information.

[Event] #HBWeek12 4/26-5/1 (Tampa, FL)
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The force of an upcoming artist cannot be underestimated, the hard work, the time put in and the get ups after rejections, nothing can be compared . Same and more goes for upcoming artist Flaw who has relentlessly put in work and just penned a deal with GIG Music group.GIG Music Group, a fast rising independent record label is proud to announce to the general public the signing of Alabama based talented rapper, Flaw. An artist who is working day and night to ensure his music is heard all across the world.Music genre has never mattered to this great artist. The beat and the sound of music have always had a special influence on a very young Johnny now Flaw, who began working towards his musical career from the tender age of 8, gathering experience and flows and right about now he is ready to take on the world stage.With over 20 years of experience this talented artist goes by the stage name of “Flaw”, which means “Forever Loyal And Wise”. Flaw is set out to create a stunning selection of amazing songs with powerful beats, combining the best of old school and modern rap. This is a fit that is rear in the modern world of music.About FlawFlaw is a Birmingham, Alabama rapper who attributes his musical influences to the likes of Tupac, T.I., Jay Z, Young Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa and Outkast. Yet it is the work ethic of those who came before Flaw that inspires him to achieve greatness.Recently, Flaw made a wise decision to join forces and sign with independent record label GIG Music Group because of the mutual goals being discovered. This artist is one you should look out for.For more information or to get in contact with Flaw, log onto his website at http://iamflaw.com/. or follow his social media pages. You can also reach GIG Music Group at https://www.gigmusicgroup.com/,
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Artist/Producer/Dat boi Scan On Da Track releases the visual to his hot new single "She's Bad"...

This is song an ode to all of the bad females around the way. Press play and checkout my dude Scandar he's heatin things up with this one!

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Story By Sarah Lagan, Sub-editor/Writer For The Bermuda Sun

He’s rubbed shoulders and worked with the likes of Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes and J Cole and the budding Bermudian producer vows to bring his success back to the island.

You may remember Shaquille Durham as one of the DJs in Triple Force who used to perform sets across the island where his passion for music began.

This passion, clubbed with his seemingly fearless ability to network, has seen him work his way up to studio manager at Premier Studios in New York. The studio records, produces and engineers for some of the most successful hip hop artists in the world.

Durham has just had the opportunity to work with Billboard-topping artist J Cole whose album Born Sinner has just hit the Gold spot on the charts.

“He is one of my favourite artists and he had just started working on the album he recorded at the studio.

“I assisted on the majority of his sessions. Myself, and the whole studio team, were given credit on his album — it premiered at number one on Billboard and it has gone Gold since.

“That is my biggest accomplishment so far to be a part of a Billboard topping album.”

Durham has also had the privilege to either meet or work with the likes of French Montana, Nikki Minaj, Buster Rhymes, John Legend and Trey Songz. “Some of these artists I have engineered for their sessions, others I have second produced for.

“I have sat in writing sessions for, and others I have just had the opportunity to meet and have conversations with and build relationships for the future.”

“Busta Rhymes has been in a lot lately. J Cole’s next album drops in September and we should receive credits for that as well.

“Nicki Minaj came to the studio — she has a remix with Busta Rhymes which is out right now called Work It. It is in rotation on MTV etc.

“She came to the studio to record the verse that was my chance to meet her and watch her work and record.”

Asked what the experience was like he said: “She was a great person she is real ‘diva-ish’ but she is very nice and very polite. She came and she worked where some artists come and want to party but she worked and left.”

While the former Berkeley Institute student is enjoying meeting and learning from the famous there is more to his mission.

Proud of his heritage, he hopes to inspire the youth in Bermuda and plans to, one day, open the first commercial recording studio on the island.

Durham graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelors in Recording Arts and a Masters in Music Business and he is gaining valuable experience at Premier Studios.

“I’ve always wanted it to come back full circle — Bermuda is the inspiration for it all,” he said. “I am inspired by my family and friends and I wanted to go out and do something great to share with them. I have seen other young Bermudians do similar things and start to break through that mould and do stuff that Bermudians don’t expect. That was the biggest inspiration for me. I have serious plans to open a commercial recording studio where artists can book the time. I want to give the youth different opportunities when it comes to music itself.”

Shaquille in a nutshell:

Which artists would you love to work with? Jay-Z, it would be a dream to work with him.
What’s your best advice to aspiring producers? Network. Even here I had already started networking with international artists. I would reach out to different artists to get different ‘drops’ and jingles for our sound and that is where the passion really grew. It is the most important thing in this and other industries. That and be passionate. Don’t let anyone ever tell you you can’t make it Bda is a small place and people don’t have expectations but if that is what you want to do you only live once don’t let anyone stop you from reaching them.
Which Bermuda producers you respect? Detrimental. Rian A Track. Shane Woodley.
Which Bermuda artists do you respect? I love and respect artists like Collie Buddz, Twanee Butterfield and Slanger.
What word best describes your style? Versatile.

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