Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 28, 2006
Nate Edwards CEO of Edwards Independent Entertainment Group (Eieg, LLC d/b/a D-Town Records) Started 2006 with a bang signing the R&B group Keingz Ransom out of Dallas along with Rap Group Custom Made Click (CMC) and Latino Rapper Robert Guerrero a/k/a “CHICANO” and Rapper/Producer Malik Ali.
D-Town Records is determined to bring a fresh new image and sound to music. With artists who are already winning awards online in the lines of, ”Best Melody, Best Female Vocals, Best Mood in Hip Hop, and many others”, it’s not hard to see why D-Town will not only turn heads, but open up the ears of disenfranchised fans across the nation who miss hearing thought provoking and gratifying music on the airwaves.
“I am all about creating and distributing a product that is worth its weight in gold,” says Mr. Edwards. “My love for music runs as deep as my love for playing every Sunday for the greatest sport in the world (NFL). You are taught as a player to leave everything that you have on the field. And the artists of D-Town Records live by the very same teachings that I stand for. I’ll let the music speak for itself.” And it did NBA All Star weekend in Houston.
D-Town Records recording artist LG3 will perform their new single Excuses in Houston during NBA All Star game. New York Platinum Enterprise, home of http://www.whatspoppincentral.com , presented the pair of rising stars for the first "I Am Whatspoppin Next Tour" artist LG3 of D Town Records performed to a packed house at the All-Star Yacht Party in Kemah, Texas, the 3rd largest boating community in the country.
LG3 is a pair of young women reppin Dallas, and Texas alike. They have performed all over Texas and have been asked to bless the New York based compamnies Yacht Party and there tours first stop, the 2006 NBA All Star Game in Houston.
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One week later: D-Town Records hit the Midsouth Summit Black Expo in Little Rock Arkansas where LG3, Geisha and CMC truly took over the show. Saturday, February 25, 2006 at the Clear Channel Metroplex Honoring Black History Month, the 2nd Annual Midsouth Summit Black Expo will showcase cultural historical exhibits, mid-south Black businesses, health and education information, entertainment, food, and fashion in one giant celebration at the Clear Channel Metroplex in Little Rock.
There will be a host of special guests, entertainers, health/educational seminars, and fashion shows, along with a 100 booth expo for health and retail, representing the mid-south region.
In conjunction with this special event, we will announce the winners of the High School Jazz Band competition and Father of the Year award. For more information or to participate in these events, click on the menu above.
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