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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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Master P’s Daughter, Cymphonique Miller is set to hit TV screens across the country with a new TV show called “How To Rock,” that is slated to debut February 4th on Nickelodeon.

Cymphonique Miller, now 15, grew up around the entertainment industry being the daughter of Master P. who is largely regarded as one of the most successful businessmen in hip-hop’s history.

Her brother Romeo Miller also had his own Nickelodeon series, “Romeo!,” from 2003 to 2006, to go along with his rap career as Lil’ Romeo.

“I tried everything in my power to stop this girl because this can be a hard, sick business — really easy to get taken advantage of,” Master P told AllHipHop.com. “I guess you can’t hold raw talent back.”

“We’re hoping for great things from Cymphonique — a big, fat, giant hit,” Margie Cohn, Nickelodeon’s president for original programming added. “That’s what I’ve been working for with this series, so why not say it?”

Nickelodeon and its parent company, Viacom, have created a host of new shows similar to “How to Rock,” as ratings have been down over the past quarter.

Philippe Dauman, Viacom’s chief executive even stated that are “more new shows coming to Nickelodeon than we’ve ever had.”

“Next quarter we expect to see stronger ad sales growth because we won’t have that issue,” he added, referring to declining ratings.

“How to Rock,” is produced in association with Alloy Entertainment who also created “Vampire Diaries,” and “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.”

Nickelodeon is marketing “How to Rock” with an eight-part video series about Cymphonique Miller.

Also Cymphonique sings a song in the first episode of the program “Only You Can Be You,” which arrived on iTunes now. “How to Rock” Cymphonique poised to be the big pop phenom for 2012.

ATF Picks Up Soulja Boy’s October Gun and Weed Case




The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has decided to take on 21-year-old Soulja Boy’s case, after the rapper was arrested in October of this year in Temple, Georgia.

Soulja Boy, born DeAndre Cortez Way, was pulled over on Interstate 20 for a traffic violation.

After searching the car, officers found handguns, thousands of dollars in cash and more than five ounces of marijuana.

According to the Temple police, Soulja’s accomplices, Dontay Lamar Bates, Camron Wagner and James Raymond Smith were all charged with felony possession of marijuana, possession with intent to distribute and were also charged with the possession of a firearm.

“This office has not charged a defendant named DeAndre Cortez Way, a/k/a Soulja Boy,” Yvette Comer, representative of the U.S. District Attorney’s Office said. “Otherwise, we do not confirm or deny federal investigations in any matters.”

John R. Murphy, special agent for the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Atlanta Field Division, told the Times-Georgian that the case did not meet requirements for federal drug investigation.

“There were some initial discussions about taking it federal, but it didn’t make any federal guidelines,” Murphy explained in a statement to reporters. “As far as the drugs, it was five ounces of marijuana, that wouldn’t even register on a federal level. If you’ve got a rapper that could show legitimate income, that could be contested as being legitimate income, and without a substantial amount of drugs, we didn’t have anything that would rate a federal drug charge on that.”

Soulja’s attorney Kip Jones had not returned calls regarding the case as of Tuesday afternoon.

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