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DANGERMAN RETURNS Live Broadcast, Hosted by PHELO THE GREAT (DangerMan and Solomon Childs) BIG EXCLUSIVES, Produced By VALERIE DENISE JONES

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DANGERMAN RETURNS Live Broadcast, Hosted by PHELO THE GREAT (Special Guests: DangerMan and Solomon Childs) -- LISTEN NOW

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-- DANGERMAN
http://www.youtube.com/urbansuperhero
http://www.thedangerman.com

-- SOLOMON CHILDS
Rapper and Staten Island native, Solomon Childs, became affiliated with the mighty Wu-Tang Clan through his family ties to godbrother, Cappadonna, and cousin, Ghostface Killah. CHILDS contributed to various Wu-Tang-related releases throughout the late '90s and early 2000s, including verses on Cappadonna's The Pillage, RZA's Bobby Digital, Ghostface Killah's Supreme Clientele, and others. In the early 2000s, he was a member of the Ghostface-affiliated group, Theodore Unit, as well as appearing on tracks by other artists and working on his own releases.

Solomon Childs issued a steady string of CD-R albums throughout the 2000s and early 2010s, offering the same kind of frenetic styles and hyper-prolific creative drive that would be represented by mixtape releases in hip-hop's next generation.

In 2016, he was shot twice in a drive-by shooting while out shopping in Staten Island. The rapper underwent multiple surgeries but survived the attempt on his life. He returned in 2017 after the ordeal with Don't Ask Permission, Ask for Forgiveness.

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BIG Exclusives - Tuesday 4p EST - Studio Line:  (929) 477-1167
Instagram : @phelothegreat / @valeriedenisejones 

DANGERMAN RETURNS Live Broadcast, Hosted by PHELO THE GREAT (Special Guests: DangerMan and Solomon Childs) -- LISTEN NOW

MORE

-- DANGERMAN
http://www.youtube.com/urbansuperhero
http://www.thedangerman.com

-- SOLOMON CHILDS
Rapper and Staten Island native, Solomon Childs, became affiliated with the mighty Wu-Tang Clan through his family ties to godbrother, Cappadonna, and cousin, Ghostface Killah. CHILDS contributed to various Wu-Tang-related releases throughout the late '90s and early 2000s, including verses on Cappadonna's The Pillage, RZA's Bobby Digital, Ghostface Killah's Supreme Clientele, and others. In the early 2000s, he was a member of the Ghostface-affiliated group, Theodore Unit, as well as appearing on tracks by other artists and working on his own releases.

Solomon Childs issued a steady string of CD-R albums throughout the 2000s and early 2010s, offering the same kind of frenetic styles and hyper-prolific creative drive that would be represented by mixtape releases in hip-hop's next generation.

In 2016, he was shot twice in a drive-by shooting while out shopping in Staten Island. The rapper underwent multiple surgeries but survived the attempt on his life. He returned in 2017 after the ordeal with Don't Ask Permission, Ask for Forgiveness.

like . share . subscribe . leave a comment _
https://www.spreaker.com/user/valeriedenisejones _

BIG Exclusives - Tuesday 4p EST - Studio Line:  (929) 477-1167
Instagram : @phelothegreat / @valeriedenisejones 

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