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MemphisRap.com Makes Special Announcement For Showcase & Industry Networking Event

Memphis, TN - January 9, 2008 -- MemphisRap.com announces the latest additions to the MemphisRap.com Showcase & Industry Networking Event lineup. Just added, rapper Lil Wyte (Hypnotize Minds/Wyte Music) as well as Al Kapone (Alkatraz Productions) will be among those performing live..

Memphis, TN - January 9, 2008 -- MemphisRap.com announces the latest additions to the MemphisRap.com Showcase & Industry Networking Event lineup. Just added, rapper Lil Wyte (Hypnotize Minds/Wyte Music) as well as Al Kapone (Alkatraz Productions) will be among those performing live and making special appearances at the MemphisRap.com Showcase & Industry Networking Event come January 23rd, 2008 at the New Daisy Theater on Beale St. in Downtown Memphis, TN.

Lil Wyte, who's latest radio single entitled "Feelin Real Pimpish," follows the huge hit single "Talkin Ain't Walkin" off Wyte's latest album "The One and Only," which is in stores now. Wyte also has a video for the single "Talkin Ain't Walkin" which can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2FnkDfzjZg.

As recently reported on Memphisrap.com, the rapper, who appeared on MTV's "Adventures In Hollyhood" alongside label counterparts Three 6 Mafia, career started with and is still with label Hypnotize Minds. Now, after his 3rd album, Lil Wyte decided to start his own label "Wyte Music" in association with "WyteHouse Productions". The rappers' label Wyte Music includes Partee, Ace and Lil Wyte himself. For more on Lil Wyte logon on to http://www.myspace.com/lilwyte, or for more info on Wyte Music logon to http://www.myspace.com/wytemusic.

Legendary rapper, Al Kapone who's roots date back to the origin of Memphis underground rap and though the rapper is viewed as a pioneer of the Dirty South Crunk/Buck style of Hip-Hop, the Grammy nominated writer and producer is still making history with such collaborations on his resume today ranging from hit songs like Lil Jon's "Snap Yo Fingers" and E-40's "U and Dat". Along with the creation of hit songs for movie soundtracks such as "Whoop Dat Trick" off the movie "Hustle & Flow" including

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