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MSMJ Music’s First solo Recording Artist 400’s Meet and Greet with Tameka Raymond, Dondria, and Momma Dee

MSMJ Music's First solo Recording Artist 400's Meet and Greet with Tameka Raymond, Dondria, and Momma Dee Atlanta, , December 21, 2012 –(PR.com)– Atlanta recently housed the intimate Meet and Greet for MSMJ Music’s first recording artist 400. As an ASCAP writer who has written for TV, Film, and various artists in the Atlanta area 400 created MSMJ Music as an entity for song writers and producers. In early 2012, 400 finally stepped from the shadows to the spotlight launching his career as the first solo artist on his independent Label MSMJ Music. He introduced his album 21 Days: Luxury, Pleasure, and Pain to his guests. The event was a night of greatness, , and success. Along with sharing the journey of 400 through his music, each guest walked away from the event with custom made “So Conceited” wine glasses provided by Sweets, Treats, and Novelties; which is also the name of one the singles from his debut album. The posh Buckhead Boutique “The House of Peter Maxfield” helped set the tone for special guests such as Tameka Raymond (Stylist, ex-wife of Usher Raymond), Momma Dee (Love and Hip Hop Atlanta), So So Def recording artist Dondria, , and other industry executives to let their hair down and have a great time. The anticipated debut of the single “So Conceited” will hit college in the first quarter of 2013 stay tuned on the following stations to listen:

KUT Radio, Austin TX
WTMD Radio Baltimore MD
WJCU Radio 88.7 Cleveland
KCSN Radio Northridge, CA
WMSE Radio Milwaukee, WI
WUSC Radio South Carolina
WSOU Radio South Orange NJ
WPRK 91.5 FM Winter Park, FL
WXPN Philadelphia, PA
WBER FM 90.5
88.5 Atlanta, GA
WNYU Radio

Highlights of the event included a whooping 5 time performance of “No Stage Freight”. An emotional thank-you to Platinum Producing Songwriter Lex Dirty for his contribution of “” to the album and guests alike were jamming to the music.

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