Russell Simmons on ALICIA KEYES and RAPPERS

February 2009
Daily Variety;2/12/2009, Vol. 302 Issue 30, pA9
Trade Publication
The article profiles Alicia Keys and other rappers from the view of Russell Simmons as part of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) anniversary in the U.S. The soul singer, songwriter is known for her Keep a Child Alive work where she uses her celebrity in such a way to do so much good for many people. Rappers such as Jay-Z also do the same in Africa, 50 Cent with G-Unity, Ludacris with the Ludacris Foundation and Eminem with Shady Foundation.


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