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tag-print-ad1 WoooHah.com writes: “Jermaine Dupri has been good on his word with heavy promotion of his first TAG Records artist Q Da Kid which included a promotion with MTV, a complete TV ad buy and now these new print ads currently running in national urban magazines.”

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Q da Kid interviewed by Jon Michael of Sixshot.com: http://www.sixshot.com/interviews/13079/

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You always hear stories about the rapper that almost made it. They had a deal, a nice buzz, and everything seemed to be going in the right direction. For some unforeseen reason however things just didn’t work out. The buzz mysteriously faded, the deal went awry, and the public seemed to lose interest. As a rapper it’s easy to get discouraged especially if you’ve had a deal and lost it but like with any other industry the music business is one that is built on persistence and hard work….”

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