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......ICM and Bryant-Management proudly introduce 19 year old Cleveland, Ohio rapper, producer, actor and songwriter Celeb Forever.
No stranger to the music industry having penned several tracks we all know and love, including his own debut single "Me First" which has been catching much steam both on and offline. Serving as an opening act for Trey Songz, the single was quickly rumored to have featured Trey, thus receiving over 200,000 downloads and equal views on Youtube.
So, without further ado, we invite you to take a listen to his latest installment presented by Mick Boogie and Terry Urban "The Situation Room" (mixtape). With production by several big names including Drumma Boy, Sarom AKA Mr. Philadelphia, Just Blaze, Jim Jonsin, Johnny Juliano, Boi1-DA, The Runners. It's sure to keep hip hop seekers happy for months on end.
I would love to increase the size of the Cd and I want to host the CdDownload on our server for immediate download. Also make the twitter,myspace and celebforever.com logo’s bigger.
Just like the www.smplmth.comsite I would love to have the logo’s go along the bottom in some sort of header like Simple math. It does not have to go all the way across the bottom.
Please add Mick Boogie, Jessie Maguire, ICM, Somehow we need to find some sort of something for Cortez Bryant. That might be a last minute change. View More »

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