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Bullies Ain't Kool

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Skrap Dawg's Interview about Bullies Ain't Kool

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Race To A Billion Downloads Digital Marathon

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Hip Hop Artist Skrap Dawg stops by the Deborah Duncan show to talk about his anti bullying program.  Click the link to watch now: click here

Historically, hip-hop hasn't always been known for positive messages towards kids. But one Houston recording artist by the name of Skrap Dawg is aiming to put hip-hop to good use.

“I think kids like to be a part of something that`s cool… For us, we like to show them what`s cool and what`s not, cause they need our guidance in them things. It don`t matter where you come from, or how much money your parents make, or things of this nature, bullying is a global thing CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING ARTICLE

HIP HOP ARTIST SAYS "ITS TIME TO COME TOGETHER", lets invest in our future. Skrap Dawg and his entertainment company developed the "We Are The Village Project" to help people in the community. The first issue the "We Are The Village Project will tackle is bullying. When asked, why start with bullying, Skrap told us a little story that happened in 2011.Read Article Here  

RACE TO ONE BILLION DOWNLOADS - Find out what the "Race To One Billion Downloads" is all about and why it is so important to the Village project's.  CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

 

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Hip Hop Pioneer Skrap Dawg was born in the Third Ward district of Houston, Texas. A music fan from the start, Skrap began rapping in his early teens. His first major success came in the early 90's when his rap group, "The Jump Out Boys" begin to get noticed by major labels such as Virgin/ New Tribe records. In 2007 Click Here to continue reading...