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September 30, 2008

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Freddie Bell, velvet morning voice talent is a mellifluous voice actor, broadcast-journalist, speaker and National Voice Actor. His vast voice over credits, include hosting several radio programs including the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Love Train, It’s The Gospel in Tampa, The Freddie Bell Morning Show in radio on KSGS – 950AM, Solid Gold Soul in Minneapolis, plus This is Music, The Freddie Bell Countdown Show and The Minneapolis NAACP Community Affairs television Programs in Minneapolis.
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PRINCE CAUSING A STIR

Prince

Prince

Part of being a Jehovah’s Witness requires that members go from door to door spreading the religion’s philosophies, which can be a little dangerous if the person toting “The Watchtower” literature is a world-famous music icon. “Sometimes fans freak out. It might be a shock to see me, but that’s no reason for people to act crazy, and it doesn’t give them license to chase me down the street,” says rock star Prince, who converted to the religion in 2001 and says he makes personal visits to strangers’ homes. He tells USA Today that he also carries a Bible with him to business meetings before making any deals. “There are all kinds of possible deals artists aren’t privy to,” he tells the newspaper. “I love to bring the Bible to the table. I start by asking if they believe in God, then: ‘What kind of business do you want to conduct: Transparent or hide the ball?’ I’ll do tours and albums if the deal is clean.”

BOW WOW HELPING WITH THE VOTE

Bow Wow

Bow Wow

Rapper/actor Bow Wow has teamed with Walk Across America to encourage voter registration and youth participation in the upcoming presidential elections. Starting on October 1, Bow Wow and Walk Across America will travel to various cities across the United States, including major markets like Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and New York City. Bow Wow and company will travel by foot and bus at several of the stops, which includes local radio stations, colleges and universities, where Declare Yourself and Black Youth Vote will assisting with the voter registration process. “It’s important for the youth to participate because we’re tomorrow’s leaders,” Bow Wow told AllHipHop.com in a statement. “We need to make sure that our voices are heard and have a say in the decisions that will affect our lives and our country for years to come.”

BAILOUT MEASURE FAILS…STOCK PLUMMETS

Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill immediately blamed each other for the failure of a $700 billion bailout package in the House on Monday. Republican leaders speak to reporters on Monday after the bailout bill failed to pass. House Minority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, said there would be no revote on the bill on Monday because members had left the Capitol.
It was unclear in what form the congressional leadership would bring the bill back to the House floor. The stock market immediately dipped hundreds of points after it became apparent that the bill would fail. The Dow closed down 777 points at the end of trading Monday.
The package, which was backed by both the Democratic and Republican congressional leadership as well as President Bush, failed in the House by a vote of 228-205.
A majority of Democrats voted for the bill. A majority of Republicans voted against it. The Republican vote was more than 2-1 against the bill.
After the vote, President Bush was “disappointed” that the House failed to pass the bailout, saying, “We put forward a plan that was big because we got a big problem.”

BABYFACE WELCOMES NEW CHILD

Babyface and Nikki

Babyface and Nikki

Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds has become the father of a new baby girl. People magazine reports of his girlfriend, Nicole Pantenburg, giving birth on Sept. 9 to their daughter Peyton Nicole Edmonds. She arrived at 6:55 p.m. weighing 5 lbs., 7 oz. “Nicole and I couldn’t be happier to have a new baby girl in the family,” Edmonds tells People. “And my two sons are thrilled to have a little sister.” The producer/singer is the father of Brandon, 12, and Dylan, 7, with ex-wife Tracey Edmonds.

NASH SITCOM EARLY TV CASUALTY

Niecy Nash

Niecy Nash

After just three episodes, FOX has decided to end its freshman sitcom “Do Not Disturb,” which starred Niecy Nash as the head of human resources at a hip New York Hotel. The show averaged slightly over 4 million viewers in its three airings and a disappointing 1.6 rating among adults 18-49. According to Zap2it.com, FOX had initially said the show was being pulled temporarily, but the network has since confirmed it will not return. The comedy will be replaced in the network’s Wednesday-night lineup by repeats of its lead-in, “‘Til Death,” for the time being.

MULTIPLE POLLS INDICATE OBAMA WON DEBATE

Sen. Barack Obama

Sen. Barack Obama

A new USA Today/Gallup Poll shows 46% of people who watched Friday night’s presidential debate say Democrat Barack Obama fared better than Republican John McCain, who received 34% of the vote. Obama won 52%-35% when viewers were asked which candidate offered the best proposals for change to solve the country’s problems. Three in 10 said their opinion of Obama became more favorable after seeing the debate, compared to 14% who said less favorable and 54% who said it didn’t make much difference. More than one-third of viewers, or 37%, said they had less confidence in McCain to fix economic problems after seeing the debate; 23% said more. For Obama, the survey results were 34% more confidence, 26% less.
The CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey showed that 51 % of those polled thought Obama did the better job in Friday night’s debate, while 38 percent said McCain did better.

LUDACRIS PREMIERES TRACKS…TOUR ON THE WAY

Ludacris

Ludacris

Fans of rap star Ludacris were on hand at New York’s Tribeca Cinemas Thursday night to hear the unveiling of four new tracks from his Def Jam album “Theater of the Mind” ahead of its Oct. 21 release. The songs played were “MVP,” produced by DJ Premier and enhanced by the producer’s trademark strong drums, notes Billboard; the Clinton Sparks-produced “Call Up the Homies,” featuring the Game and Willy Northpole; “Last of a Dying Breed” featuring Lil’ Wayne, and the T-Pain-assisted “One More Drink.” “I did this song because when you’re at a club, the more drinks you have the better them mutherf**kers look,” Ludacris said of the latter.
After the listening session, the audience was ushered into a screening room to view a behind-the-scenes video of Ludacris’ current single and video, “What Them Girls Like” featuring Chris Brown and Sean Garrett. It was followed by the video for another track, “Undisputed,” which features boxer Floyd Mayweather as Ludacris’ coach.

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Sept. 29, 1942: First black captain of a US merchant ship, Hugh Mulzac, launches with the Booker T Washington
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TV personality Bryant Gumbel is 60.

Singer Devante Swing of Jodeci is 39.

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Hold the Vision for a Brighter tomorrow!
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