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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

T-Travail Preps Auto-Euphony App For iPhone

There's no question that Auto-Tune up's surge in popularity is due to T-Pest. Now, the "Rappa Ternt Sanga" is fetching his signature style to a chiefly new level. T-Exertion and Antares, the company which developed Auto-Turn a blind eye to, are collaborating on an Auto-Song app for the iPhone. According to the Las Angeles Times, the app thinks fitting use the vocal-transforming technology to fend for oneself the pitch of your vote in a cellphone. According to Georganna Drayton, Antares chief operating administrator, the company is negotiating the rollout and programming of the app. Dayton says that it inclination "use our software and T-Hur's beats so you can make music on the iPhone." Drayton does not wait for at this point that the app compel integrate with real phone calls. Currently, it has no set free date.
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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Madonna to extend tour

MADONNA announced today that she is to perpetuate her world tour to gamble some extra dates in Europe. AdTech Ad The choir girl said she will expose all the full details by the end of this week. A import on her official website,, reads: "Madonna fans, are you keen for more? We are happy to back up that the rumours are geographically come to pass - Madonna has decided to out her 'Sticky & Sweet' Shift. "She is looking into the open to an amazing summer in Europe, hitting the cities she didn't get a chance to in 2008." Madonna's 'Sweltering & Sweet' tour ran from August to December ultimate year, taking in 58 dates across fabulous and grossed £194.8m, making the chorus-boy the biggest worldwide concert stalemate of 2008.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

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Thursday, October 30, 2008

T.I. VOTES DESPITE CONVICTED FELON STATUS: Rapper hit up Atlanta polling center after re-examining Georgia law.

T.I. thought his voting privileges were revoked because he's a convicted felon, but under Georgia Law, felons are still eligible if they're not currently serving probation or a prison sentence.

"Until he is sentenced in the federal case, he doesn't have a conviction yet," said lawyer, Steve Sadow of his 28-year-old client, whose real name is Clifford Harris. "Even though he is a convicted felon, he has a right to vote since he is not serving probation and hasn't started his prison sentence."

Because his jail term doesn't begin until late March, the rapper immediately got himself to an early polling station in Atlanta yesterday to cast his ballot for the next President of the United States.

"It's a relief," the rap star told the Associated Press Wednesday before voting for the first time in his life. "This what it is all about, not staying up late and waking up early to vote. Now rather than just talking about it, I'm being about it. I'm leading by example, and it makes me feel a lot better."

After standing in line for less than 10 minutes, T.I. emerged with an "I'm a Georgia Voter" sticker planted on his black vest. He signed autographs and took photos with several fans who were stunned to see the Grammy-winning artist at the polls.

A spokesman for the Georgia Secretary of State's office confirmed that T.I. was eligible to vote.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

RSS icon Lil Wayne Supports Family Of Killed Child

During a benefit event on October 18th, Lil Wayne made an effort to ease the pain of the family, of one his biggest and most loyal fans. Ryan Slingerland was killed last month after his car lost control on a dusty road, before plunging into a tree. His death was included in the local newspaper where it was also mentioned of his love for Lil Wayne's music.

Kathleen Busch read the snippet, and knew Lil Wayne as she stays in the apartment next to him in Florida. She wrote the following note to the rapper.

"A few words from someone meaningful to Ryan would mean more than any amount of counselling or antidepressants. People on the outside see your fur and jewelry and wealth but we're all the same. This is your opportunity to do something."

Busch had sent the letter to her mother-in-law who took it down to Wayne's apartment and presented it to him, after being permitted by an outside bouncer.

The benefit concert, which was aiming to raise funds for the funeral, was enlightened when the parents of the child received a package sent directly from Lil Wayne, including two autographed magazines and a sympathy card.

Lil Wayne also revealed that same day, that he was expecting a son.

Saturday, October 25, 2008


According to the new York Daily, The comic pitched a serious hissy and walked off the show, according to insiders. Williams claimed earlier this week that he turned over his hosting job to T-Pain after losing a break-dancing contest to the rapper. But sources say he actually bailed after an angry face-off with BET execs before the show's taping in Atlanta last Saturday. "Katt has become difficult now that he's a megastar," one source tells us. "He was very demanding during rehearsals. He really berated one female member of the production company. He launched into a verbal assault on her in front of other people. I mean, he read her the riot act. "Then he left the set and said he wouldn't return unless she apologized. She wouldn't. BET and the production company backed her up. Katt wouldn't come back. Nobody was willing to budge. "So the night before the show, they had no host. They were scrambling to find somebody. At 1 a.m., the night before the show, they called T-Pain. He agreed to do it, and started rehearsing the next morning for the show that evening." In the interest of future relations with Williams, executive producer Stephen Hill agreed to the break-dancing cover story, according to sources. "It was crazy," Hill told BET. "We were all out at the club Friday night - T-Pain, Katt Williams, an Emmanuel Lewis impersonator and me - fluids flowing, music all loud. Suddenly Pain, having bought us some drinks, challenged Katt to a break-dancing battle." Playing along, Pain told the Web site: "Folks have underestimated me for years. In rapping, in singing ... and now in break dancing!" Williams claimed, "I've had a great time hosting the show for the last two years. [I] was looking forward to hosting this year. I never thought T-Pain would win a break-dancing battle with me." A BET rep declined further comment. A publicist for Williams, who plays Carnegie Hall on Nov. 6, didn't return a call.