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About Stephanie George:
The Jersey Shore Can’t Contain this girl…
Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, as a child Stephanie Michelle George was rambunctious as one can imagine. A Catholic School girl since pre-k days, Stephanie has always been a standout amongst the crowd of plaid and pleated skirts. A beauty of El Salvador and Black/Haitian decent, Stephanie has always been the belle of ball. While her good looks attracted attention, it was her behavior which got her noticed. Plagued by tragedy from a young age, Stephanie was raised by her mother, a single parent for quite sometime. Her father, a career criminal in and out of prison on numerous charges as well as a drug addict, was not a part of her life. While her mother struggled, she was able to provide a stable home for Stephanie as well as father figure for her when she remarried. However, pain and loneliness became a part of Stephanie’s coming of age as her maternal grandmother died in her arms of cancer 4 days before her 16th birthday. Then followed by the death of her stepfather’s mother who also passed shortly thereafter. From these devastating losses, bred what many dubbed Stephanie’s Bad Girl Era.
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About Andre Parr:
Andre J. Parr aka Dre P., was born on August 17th, in Toledo, Ohio. Holy Toledo is a small Midwestern town in Ohio noted for being a rendezvous point for notorious Detroit gangsters in the early 1920’s. His unparalleled sound and style was born during his freshman year in high school while rapping in the halls of Central Catholic HS. After graduating high school he dropped out of college and walked away from a partial football scholarship. He began to pursue a career in music while he worked as a tutor for children with autism. In the fall of 2005 Shawn Stockman of “Boyz II Men” noticed a star quality in young Andre and began to work with him on developing his music and encouraged him to market his music independently. Dre P. then began to create projects and sell them out of the trunk of his car. He enlisted the talents of some of Toledo’s top emcees and soon formed a group called Da Fly Guyz and an Independent label Fly Guy Ent. Dre P. then released “Big Flipper” a regional club classic which officially put him on the Midwest hip hop radar. With a proper delivery and a motivational message to your local dope boyz, people slowly began to listen. Dre P. addressed the street life, the downs and the consequences of entering the game, and approaching hip-hop from a different angle.
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