Hagen Law Office) – On Monday afternoon,
40 Glocc reached an agreement with the prosecution through his attorneys,
Thomas K. Hagen and Steven P. Groschen. 40 Glocc did not plead guilty. He
maintained his innocence and entered the agreement under Alford.
40 Glocc’s case had been pending for
over two years, and he desired to resolve it and refocus on his music career.
40 Glocc looks forward to returning to the studio and producing his next album.
For further questions regarding this
press statement please contact Gigi Capone PR & Associates, for legal
please reach out to T. Hagen.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Korea brought the world K-Pop. India, the music of Bollywood. Could the chaotic, fast-growing region of Southeast Asia be a new hotbed for hip hop?
The unveiling of its Southeast Asia headquarters in Singapore on Tuesday came with a performance from six newly-signed rappers – whose bleached hair, gold jewellery and baggy clothing jarred somewhat with the business hotel backdrop.
“We are making a bet on hip hop but I think it’s a pretty safe one,” said Adam Granite, who oversees UMG’s market development in Asia. Read more here…