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JAY Z, BABYFACE, MAX MARTIN, CHICAGO IN SONGWRITERS HALL
Jay Z makes history. (2/22a)
TOP 15: FUTURE SHOCK (AND AWE)
The first of his two back-to-back album releases? Interesting... (2/22a)
SOME PRE-BRITS MUSINGS
Who are you rooting for? Pass the wine. (2/22a)
OSCAR SO ... WHAT?
Politics and pluralism at the Academy Awards.
Q1'S FIRST BIG SURPRISE
The return of a star.
PLAYLISTS AND POLITICS
How it really works.
DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENTS
How indie artists break through in the new reality.
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CROSSOVER
DAMN, IT FEELS GOOD TO BE A GANGSTA, ARTIST, LABEL HEAD, ACTOR, FASHION DESIGNER...

In Houston, RoxCore Management prexy Jeremy Rosen presents hip-hop legend Scarface with a plaque marking more than 10 million albums sold, both as a solo act and as a member of the Geto Boys. The rapper/exec recently inked a label deal with BMG for his .44 imprint and will be working on a new album, TV and movie appearances, a fashion line and more, as well as a tour. We, meanwhile, consider it multitasking if we manage to channel-surf without spilling the bong. Shortly after this photo was snapped, Scarface suggested they had over to Three Brothers for babka, noting, "You could plotz, it's so moist."


 
 
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