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Jun 2010
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DJ X (KJ-52's DJ) is one of the 20 candidates to become the new MTV TJ (Twitter Jockey). About the challenge: according to the AP, the 20 Twitter hopefuls will compete in online challenges over the sultry days of summer, culminating in a live show on August 8 during which the audience will choose the voice of MTV’s Twitter stream. Dave Sirulnik, the executive in charge of the challenge, told the AP that the winner will be a liaison between the audience and the men and women behind MTV. “While they won’t be on TV the way VJs were, they will always be on,” he said.


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22
Jun 2010
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Last night from 8PM CST to 11PM CST Trip Lee 'Between Two Worlds' peaks at #8 in the iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart, going back down at #9 (which it was stuck at during most of the release day). At the end of the day 'Between Two Worlds' moved well in the charts, peaking at #8 iTunes, #5 iTunes Hip Hop, #10 AmazonMP3.

To view screenshots and previous reports on the chart positions click here.

Purchase the album now at AmazonMP3 | iTunes.

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22
Jun 2010
Review - Trip Lee 'Between Two Worlds' - 4.7 out of 5 based on 56 votes
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In the four short years since his debut album 'If They Only Knew', Trip Lee has became one of he most recognizable artists in Christian Hip Hop. His love of down south beats paired along with his mid west flow, and 116 Clique membership, have made Trip Lee universally accepted. With his last album '20/20', Trip displayed insight on life that betrayed his young age. On his third album 'Between Two Worlds' Trip continues to provide unique insight on the world and it's ills. The album is focused on the believer living in this old fallen world while awaiting the glorious new world that Christ will inaugurate at His return.

The album opens up with "Real Life Music" where Trip Lee contrasts his brand of Hip Hop from what is usually played on the radio. Over a sample driven melody with sharp drums he riddles off lines such as "Too many spit that fake rap most just can't relate to / they don't got no Maybach they don't get to make rules / They ain't tryna make stacks they just tryna make do". This is a great intro and prepares audiences for a very accessible album. Trip more than ever seems to exert himself in communicating gospel truth in terms the average listener can easily grasp. Much of the album focuses on conveying the struggles that come along with living in a fallen world. The issues mentioned are not only things that Christians can identify with but many unsaved people may identify with even more.



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Jun 2010
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