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Friday, 20 May 2005 00:47

Vida Guerra: 2005

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Hidden under mounds of cascading chestnut locks, the faint telltale scar on Guerra’s forehead is a reminder of how precious living beauty really is. It was senior hooky day at her New Jersey high school. Being just a little bad turned into a catastrophe when a truck careened into the passenger side of her friend’s car, where 17 year-old Vida was seated.
Thursday, 19 May 2005 20:46

Brian Deegan

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On a more serious note, Deegan is amazing—in an insane sort of way. “Competition drives me,” he said. “When it comes to Freestyle, I don’t like to lose. I’ve always wanted to win.
Thursday, 19 May 2005 18:52

Mario Winans

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Strong roots and a religious devotion to his craft have contributed to the success of Mario Winans. Constantly surrounded by musical influences in one way or another as a result of growing up in a gospel family, Winans was never at a loss for inspiration and spent much of his time studying music at school and home.
Tuesday, 17 May 2005 00:39

Slim Thug

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Having flirted with a lifestyle that could have landed him in jail at an early age, Slim Thug (whose real name is Stayve Thomas) instead focused his attention on developing his skills as a mix tape artist—writing new rhymes for popular Hip-Hop beats.
Monday, 16 May 2005 23:25

Stephon Marbury

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There is no practicing or working out for Marbury during the off-season. Playing intensely for three quarters of the year, the time off is a welcome respite for the Knicks playmaker.
Monday, 16 May 2005 02:02

Memphis Bleek and The Young Gunz

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Jay-Z, the self-proclaimed “best rapper alive,” may no longer be murdering the microphone and wreaking havoc in Hip-Hop as he has for the past decade. However, with “Coach Carter” now backing the business side alone, the dynasty that he worked so hard to build in the booth seems all but impossible to topple.