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    KTSU’s Choice Evening of Jazz to feature Donna Scott

    In celebration of April Jazz Appreciation Month, KTSU 90.9FM will host its annual “Choice Evening of Jazz” at the Mosaic Bar and Lounge, located at 5927 Almeda Road.  Jazz vocalist Caretta Bell will perform at the event on Thursday, April 17th, 6pm to 10pm.  Mosaic Bar and Lounge is an upscale contemporary venue offering a […]

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    | April 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Slim Thugg Pens New Book “How to Survive in a Recession”

| July 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Stayve Jerome Thomas , better known as Slim Thug, Boss Hogg, or Thug Boss, is a Houston rapper who  gained national mainstream success for his his early contribution to the popular single from another Houston rapper Mike Jones, “Still Tippin’”. Since then he has been on the Billboard 200 albums chart multiple times with his albums, and has worked with various heavy hitters in the music industry like; T.I., Beyonce, and Grew Stefani. He is now stepping away for rapping for a second and turning his hand to the pen in another way; instead of writing lyrics Slim Thugg has just penned his first book on finances and his own personal experiences with money.

Titled “How to Survive in A Recession”, Slim Thugg says he wanted to write something for Young black males.  “We as a [urban youth] black people don’t really have an urban like Suze Orman who speaks to people about finances that teaches them about their money and how to save up and invest” – Slim Tug.

The book’s Publication and distribution is presented through Di Angelo Publications.  Slim Tug is set to hold an official press release party to announce the launch of his new book  Friday, July 27th 2012, with a release party that will begin with red carpet interviews with the press. The evening will conclude with a celebration open to the public at  Drake Houston located at 1902 Washington Ave.

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