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Rebroadcast: Making Music with FloDeep
Rebroadcast: Making Music with FloDeep

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AIR DATE: October 17, 2011

Marion Write is a Las Vegas hip hop artist.  He was writing and rapping when he was 11.  But while many of his hip hop friends searched for managers and recording labels, Marion decided to do it all himself.  He would be a hip hop artist, producer, talent scout, and manager all rolled into one.  He calls the group, "FloDeep," and he's already managing some artists.  With a July 30 show at the House of Blues and a few beat battles under its belt, the group is looking to take its name national.  FloDeep shares its latest music and talks about the changing hip hop scene in Las Vegas. 

This is a rebroadcast of this segment which originally aired July 18, 2011.

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Marion Write, founder and producer, FloDeep
Radio Ramone, rapper and creative director, FloDeep
Nique, rapper, FloDeep


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COMMENTS:
I was going to comment that it must be a slow news week and that I can respect KNPR doing a local "all things considered" but that it seemed to me that way too much time was spent on this segment. Seeing that this is a rebroadcast seems to only affirm my initial thoughts. I fear that budget cuts at KNPR might also have played a role? (yes I am a member)
aunty palinOct 14, 2011 11:51:01 AM
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