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Master P.'s 14-year-old daughter hopes to follow in the footsteps of her father, brother and uncles, by launching a career in the music business.
Cymphonique Miller recently signed a record deal with Sony Music, in addition to a new television deal with Nickelodeon.
Her first single under the deal with Sony is titled "Daddy I'm A Rockstar," which is a "new genre" of music Cymphonique has dubbed "Hip Rock Pop."
Cymphonique, who is an honor student, will be one of the keynote speakers at a charity event this November titled "From Girlz II Women," sponsored by the Urban Born Foundation.
The focus of the event is to "empower young girls to become effective women of tomorrow," according to Urban Born's founder, Johnel Langerston.
“Cymphonique, at a young age, is leading by example that hard work, dedication and commitment results in success," Langerston told AllHipHop.com. "And with that success she generously gives back through donating her time and resources. Not only does she make good music for the fans but she is conscientious of her song lyrics and the effect of the message she sends to young girls that can make a difference and change lives.”
In addition to Cymphonique, other keynote speakers include Andrea Wiley, La Tasha Langerston and Kimberly Callegari M.D.
The From "Girlz II Women" charity event takes place November 6th in Los Angeles, California.
For more information, go to: http://www.urbanborn.org
If a statement released by Atlanta U.S. Attorney Sally Yates yesterday is to be believed, superstar rapper T.I. could be heading back to jail.
“We are very disappointed in Mr. Harris’ recent conduct," U.S. Attorney Sally Yates told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in a statement released Friday (September 17th). "We will make our sentencing recommendation at the revocation hearing.”
The rapper and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Cottle could face up to a year in California state prison, after they were caught being in possession of ecstasy in Hollywood, California on September 1st.
To make matters worse, T.I. failed a drug test when traces of codeine were found in his system when he was drug tested shortly after the arrest and he was traveling with a convicted felon named Cortez "C-Rod" Thomas.
All infractions are violations of the terms of T.I.'s three-year probation for attempting to purchase machine guns and silencers just before the BET Awards in October of 2007.
In an unusual deal, U.S. District Judge Charles Pannell Jr. allowed the rapper to remain free and travel the country, to encourage at-risk youth to stay away from drugs, gangs and violence, as part of his sentence.
The rapper, born Clifford Harris Jr., criss-crossed the country and clocked in 1,000 hours of probation time with at-risk youth, before serving a year in prison for gun violations.
T.I. was released in March of 2010 and appeared to be heading for Hollywood stardom, before his latest brush with the law.
Judge Pannell ordered T.I. to stand before him and explain the latest charges, but a date for the hearing has not been set as of press time.
Lil Wayne shouldn't have any trouble staying busy once he wraps up his jail bid in November. As soon as he's a free man, he's scheduled to hit the stage with a blow-out homecoming concert slated to coincide with the tentative release of his heavily-anticipated Tha Carter IV album.
However, before any of that jumps off, the MC is expected to drop even more music than originally promised on his upcoming project I Am Not A Human Being, which is scheduled to be released digitally on his birthday, September 27. Weezy's manager, Cortez Bryant, recently told that Human Being will be a full-length release, instead of an EP, featuring tracks that were initially slated for Carter IV. "I know once he got out [of jail] those songs would be so old to him," Bryant said.
Bryant also disclosed that Wayne has revisited one of his old habits while riding out his sentence. The MC has been penning new lyrics on paper instead of keeping his rhymes in head. "He hasn't written anything down since 2002 or 2003," Bryant said.
Weezy's manager also unveiled a 12-song tracklisting populated with features from Young Money/Cash Money artists such as Nicki Minaj, Drake, Jay Sean, Tyga, Lil Twist and Jae Millz.
In addition to the new Weezy music on the way, the unfinished video for the track "I Am Not a Human Being" recently hit the Internet. The trippy visual surprised many of the superstar MC's fans by showcasing some of Weezy's unique ink.
"The thing about this video, it was his concept to shoot the black light, 'cause that way the tats that he has, they glow in the dark. That's actually for real; that's not a camera trick or post-production," video director David Rousseau told MTV News. "The tattoos that he has on him when you put the black light on him, they glow in the dark. He came up with that idea. So really, the rest of the video was a springboard on that."