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6 Degrees Entertainment

Win Stack$' New CD ... TODAY!

CraZee And ConfuZed, the debut album by Stack$ drops on September 30th featuring appearances by Li’l Wayne, Fat Joe, Twista, and Swizz Beatz from SoBe Entertainment.

“Music is in my soul and shocking the game is my goal. I live and breathe hip-hop each and every day. My game plan is to redefine and expand Rap as an art form.” Respect, a vicious flow and bringing a fresh element to the game is what it’s all about for this 22-year old rapper.

Born Yannique Barker, Stack$ spent his early years in D.C. and Maryland . His story is a sure sign of hip-hop’s ever-expanding appeal from its inner city roots. Stack$ earned his name from a Miami rapper, Brisco, referring to his ill songwriting skills and multi-dimensional personality. He has plenty to talk about using elaborate rhyme schemes with a new kind of story —a young entrepreneur and film director immersed in hip hop, creating and finding his own way.

The music business is in his blood – his father managed Sly & the Family Stone, along with Peaches and Herb. He also co-produced “Midnight Train To Georgia” with his partner, Tony Camillo, before he founded and built a successful, global aerospace company, and then later moved the family to Miami.

Hip-hop’s far-reaching tentacles had already snagged Stack$, giving him the confidence to go after his dream. He submerged himself in studying the masters — Rakim, Biggie and 2Pac — crafting lyrics in the tradition of the great storytellers. “I rep 305 and Dade County ,” Stack$ says.

“A lot of people think I only hang out in South Beach. I rep South Beach and hang out in the hood, at the same time. I spit about partying, sex, true life experiences, and the trials and tribulations of trying to gain acceptance in an industry refusing to change. I rap about the sublime and the ridiculous … from humorous incidents that go down in the hood to the injustices and disparities that occur every day in society.”

So, if you would like to win one of these new DVDs then just answer this easy question: Stack$ attended two years at which School in California?!

Send us your answer and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these new CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before November 15th with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: STACKS CDs to:

CD Purchase Link

“That’s The Way” featuring Fat Joe & Trina audio stream

“Flyin’ High” video stream on YouTube