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P-STAR RISING is both the tale of a hapless single father trying to recapture his dashed dreams and the rise of a young rap prodigy. Jesse becomes something of a stage father, controlling his daughter’s career and basking in her reflected minor fame. In his eagerness, he signs a contract with Hunc Records to record a P-Star debut CD, and is blinded by the $10,000 he receives in return. The family goes from the shelter to a four-bedroom apartment, Priscilla buys some serious pop-star bling and Jesse splurges on an SUV.

P-Star adopts the persona of a tabloid celebrity, complete with a tiny dog and the prima donna studio attitude. But when fame doesn’t arrive instantly, the money runs out and the family is again scraping to get by. Relationships are frayed when Jesse disagrees with producers about the way P-Star is being marketed.

Meanwhile, Priscilla and her sister Solsky convince Jesse to help them find their mother Doris, who is a drug addict and frequently homeless. They have a brief, tearful reunion before Doris disappears back into the dark streets of New York.

The film follows P-Star over several years, and we watch her grow in many ways. She never lights up the Billboard charts, but she does score minor celebrity as part of a tween group known as Reggaeton Niños, and later as a cast member on PBS’s show The Electric Company. She still pursues her rap career and remains steadfast in her ambition.

P-STAR RISING is a gentle observation about the elusive nature of fame, the determination of youth and the seductive power of celebrity culture. It may also be a peek into the childhood of one of America’s next bona-fide stars.

Megan Rochell

Bio

At the age of 11, Megan was a 5-time winner on Showtime at the Apollo. Several years later, she met Philadelphia International's Leon Huffand started working on her recording career. One day outside of Philadelphia International, Megan met Boyz II Men's Nathan Morris and sang for him which prompted Morris to sign her to his management company. Then Megan secured herself a deal with Def Jam Records.

Megan's debut album, "You, Me and the Radio" featured collaborations from Rodney Jerkins, Ne-Yo, Fabolous, the Underdogs, and Stargate.[1] The album was scheduled for released on June 20, 2006, but was never released. The project leaked in full online shortly after the project's shelving via the Promo CD being ripped online causing the album in full being available for download on file-sharing websites and YouTube.

In late 2016 Rochelle self-released the project digitally onto sites such as Apple Music, Spotify and Amazon Music with a slightly altered tracklist, and various bonus tracks not originally available on the original tracklist, the album also features typo's such as track 5 "Caught Up" 


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THIS NEW WAVE MIXTAPE IS A BANGIN PIECE OF ARTWORK OF MUSIC.NEW WAVE MIXTAPE FEATURES CASH FLOW "THE PRINCE OF HARLEM" AND FORMER DEJ JAM ARTIST "MEGAN ROCHELL aka MEGROC!CHECK IT OUT BELOW AND DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY NOW!! 

Fabolous

Bio

John David Jackson (born November 18, 1977), known professionally as Fabolous, is an American rapper from Brooklyn, New York City. Jackson's career began when he was a senior in high school and ended up rappinglive on American record producer and music executive DJ Clue's radio show, then on Hot 97. Jackson was subsequently signed by DJ Clue to his label Desert Storm, and later secured a distribution deal with Elektra Records. Fabolous' first release, Ghetto Fabolous (2001), spawned the hit singles "Can't Deny It" and "Young'n (Holla Back)", which led Jackson to prominence. His second release was 2003's Street Dreams, which was supported by two Top 10 singles "Can't Let You Go" and "Into You".

TEAM HUNC

Bio

Priscilla Star Diaz is one precocious preteen. Living in a shelter with her sister and single father, she discovers that she has a gift. At six years old, she tells her father Jesse, a failed rapper and producer, that she is going to become a rap superstar and make a better life for her family.

It’s clear from the start she’s not waiting for stardom. When she is only nine, Jesse shuttles her to open mic nights at 2 AM in Harlem, where she wows the crowd as much with her chutzpah as with her rhymes. She adopts the stage name “P-Star” and carries herself with a tough-guy swagger. But, like the child she is, she wakes up in the morning to Winnie the Pooh cartoons on TV and a breakfast prepared by her dad.


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Team HUNC Basketball program sets out to benefit youth through the sport of basketball.  We have been successful in doing so for the last five years.
 
I started this program because many of the kids in my neighborhood were rejected by other leagues.  In this program we want to present those kids with an opportunity. Under Team HUNC Basketball the kids learn the fundamentals of basketball. Scrimmage games are put into place to help to cultivate  the basics of passing, dribbling, shooting, and offense/defense. They are placed in an environment that emphasizes athletic excellence, physical and mental discipline, self-esteem, leadership and sportsmanship.

 

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Priscilla Star Diaz is one precocious preteen. Living in a shelter with her sister and single father, she discovers that she has a gift. At six years old, she tells her father Jesse, a failed rapper and producer, that she is going to become a rap superstar and make a better life for her family.

It’s clear from the start she’s not waiting for stardom. When she is only nine, Jesse shuttles her to open mic nights at 2 AM in Harlem, where she wows the crowd as much with her chutzpah as with her rhymes. She adopts the stage name “P-Star” and carries herself with a tough-guy swagger. But, like the child she is, she wakes up in the morning to Winnie the Pooh cartoons on TV and a breakfast prepared by her dad.

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