2XL Goes Live on Habbo

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“Habbos” given once in a lifetime opportunity to interact with Superstar Rap Duo, 2XL Superstar rap duo, Bennett “Laze” and Justin “Royal” Talmage Armstrong of 2XL will appear for a live visit with fans on HABBO, one of the world’s largest and hottest on-line destinations for teenagers.

2XL will check into Habbo on Thursday, October 12th at 4PM PST/ 7PM EST. During the visit, the artists will hang out with fans on the Teen People Terrace and answer questions about their highly anticipated debut album, “Neighborhood Rapstar”. The interview will be broadcasted over Habbo’s exclusive Internet Radio Stream, Bobba Music hosted by Jackie the DJ (http://www.bobbamusic.com). Inspired by tragedy and heartbreak that has defined their childhood, superstar rap duo, Bennett “Laze” and Justin “Royal” Talmage Armstrong of 2XL, are releasing their debut album, “Neighborhood Rapstar,” in stores January 2007.

Featuring an all-star line up of collaborations with other young emerging artists (Cherish, Ak’sent, and Na’Shay) “Neighborhood Rapstar” is the story of two brothers who overcame adversity and used their common love for music to bring their fans a sonically powered album that showcases their songwriting and production capabilities. Receiving tremendous amount of airplay for the first single, “Kissing Game,” in major markets such as Houston, Detroit, Minneapolis and California, the duo has recently introduced the first official and self-produced single, “Kitty Kat” featuring E-40 to radio. E-40 is also featured on the unique sounding track produced by Mr. DJ, “Hustle’s Gone.” On the somber “The Chapters”, 2XL chronicles their tumultuous lives over a chilling piano and drum-driven beat, while “Mama Of Mine” is a tribute to their mother who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 1996.

Business smart and street savvy and driven to succeed, Laze and Royal, have one goal in mind: to be the next young, hip hop superstar team to follow in the tradition of Mobb Deep, Ying Yang Twins, and legendary rap duo, Outkast. Six years in the making, 2XL, is ready to share their story with the world.

Habbo is a richly colorful, multi-dimensional virtual community and game environment for teens. Users join by creating a fully-customized online character called a Habbo. From there, they can explore many public hang-outs, play a variety of games, connect with friends, decorate their own rooms, and have fun through creativity and self expression. Since its launch in 2000 by Sulake Corporation(http://www.sulake.com), an interactive entertainment company that specializes in developing, publishing and distributing multiplayer social networking communities and games, Habbo sites have been introduced in 21 countries on five continents, with more than 60 million Habbo characters created and more than 7.1 million unique users each month. The highly-trafficked U.S site, http://www.habbo.com, is visited by over 1.7 million unique users per month who spend, on average, more than three hours a week on the site (Nielsen Net Ratings).

Sulake has headquarters in Finland and offices in 17 countries. Currently the company has over 270 employees worldwide. Sulake is extending the Habbo brand to include e.g. mobile games and content, and merchandising and licensing products.

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