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This is a major hip hop project for artists who wish to reach for another level in this new "dimension" of global entertainment. Hip hop actors, hip hop singers, hip hop dancers, you now have the opportunity to take your career "One step beyond"! Look at the signs all around you, destroyed music business, decimated worldwide economy, rampant unemployment everywhere. It's just a "ball of confusion"! That's what the world is today.
It is until you "stop, look and listen to your heart, here what it's saying". The blessing of advanced technology is upon us and has graced us with the blessing of gifts that far exceed our capacity to understand, at least for the moment. You sit on the precipice of capturing lightening at the dawning of a new age that has arrived. With the assistance and instruction of the Kenny Beck Academy - Global Performing Talent & Entertainment Content Creator Careers your ability to make the transformation from "just an artist" to a multidimensional, global entertainment performer is now at hand.
Be wiser and look deeper into all that is on offer in the world for you today. Do you want to know more? Click here and find out now. by Hiphopworld100.com (Los Angeles)
Kenny Beck and friends... Lorna Vu / Rick St.Hilaire
Hip hop artist: What's the difference between them and you?
The entire spectrum of hip hop performance is based on a relative understanding of searing cultural/class differences between peoples from wildly unimaginable, unflattering social circumstances and the middle degree on up. From the outset hip hop was a music and a culture born out of the strongest desire to survive just one more day. When it became apparent that there was much more depth and passion to the genre focus shifted to improving life's circumstances each and every day. At the risk of sounding glib let me remind you that folks or endeavors from folks like Russell Simmons Def Jam were not from the origination of hip hop but rather have their roots in the commercialism of rap. Read HIP HOP World 100 - One*