ChickBall Performer: Infinite | Jackson Free Press | Jackson, MS

ChickBall Performer: Infinite

Listen to Infinite and Dread Bred on Radio JPF (WLEZ) today from noon-1pm.

Three worlds come together to make up Dread Bred. Puncho represents the crunk, Infinite represents the streets, and Lyrik represents true lyricism. Making huge strides with the 2007 hit singles "Watch Me Do It" and "Tear It Up", Dread Bred manage to catch the attention of many record labels and ink a publishing deal to release 2 new songs on "Envy" The Movie featuring Lisa Raye and Ray J. Recently nominated for 3 Jackson Music Awards, Dread Bred continues to make huge strides to develop into one of the top HipHop/Rap Trios in the music industry with the release of their new singles "He Said She Said" and "Dread Bred Fresh." For more information concerning Dread Bred, call 317-524-8594 or visit online @ http://www.myspace.com/DreadBred

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132038
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I thought this was a great ending for a great hour of radio today. The show was very emotional and very informative. I can't wait to see Dread Bred and the rest of the musicians.

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saint H
Date
2008-07-12T00:20:57-06:00
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132041
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I agree - Infinite is a well spoken and compassionate, inspiring musician! I caught about half of the show and loved it!

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Izzy
Date
2008-07-12T12:31:23-06:00
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132046
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Laurel! did you hear us play your songs? We gave you some love too... looking forward to Saturday, especially your song with Rhonda!

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sage
Date
2008-07-13T13:22:37-06:00
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132047
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hey - yeah, I did hear you play "If You Want to Dance" - hooray! Thanks for the love, truly it was such a great diverse, hilarious and sweet show. As for my song with Rhonda, it's not finished yet! Well, there are 2 songs. I'm afraid one of them may not be ready til next year!!! ;-) ah well, such is life...

Author
Izzy
Date
2008-07-14T08:19:51-06:00

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