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Memphis Hip Hop Artist and Activist Paul Mahsahn Set For Eminem's Shade 45 To Debut His New Record; Dedicating 3rd Quarter Royalties To Support Corona Virus Relief (THE WIRE PRESS) Memphis, TN - Honored hip hop music artist, rapper and community activist Paul Mahsahn is set to appear on Shade 45. The Memphis rapper, known first for the success of his feminist record "Ms.Jetblack," is now set to release his new single entitled "Where Were You God." The new track was recorded at JP Productions studios, mixed/mastered by Trackstatus productions and features the smooth and solid vocals of Preacha Tim on the hook.

(THE WIRE PRESS) - Multi-award-winning children's book author Dr. Nicole has announced the release of a new book in the Felix and Booboo Series, 'Special Food For Sam (Allergies)'. The new book is one of a series of eight books that address medical issues and make them understandable for young children. The goal is to increase the child's understanding of his body and to help eliminate fear of diseases. This series is also available in French (Felix et Boubou) in paperback, Kindle and PDF versions.

Memphis, TN (The Wire Press) - Keeping The Dream Alive is a performing arts play that is honoring the legendary minister and activist Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and is set to come to the Memphis metro area March 16 - 18, 2018. The play features an impressive performance by actor, director and writer Rabia Louis Haynes who, in the past, was a Production Stage Manager and Technical Director for the likes of legendary music artist and songwriter Smokey Robinson and an apprentice for the award winning director, producer, and screenwriter Steven Spielberg (Jaws, Jurassic Park, Transformers, etc.) for the movie Terminal.

(The Wire Press) At the forefront of change are the people obsessed with progress: Creators. Those who have a bias for action, who flip the script and break boundaries are the ones who influence how things are done on the field, track, court, stage or street. With a single unexpected act, Creators can inspire others to invent and shape the world around them.

(THE WIRE PRESS) Americans would most like to be neighbors with Leonard Hofstadter and Penny from CBS's The Big Bang Theory, according to the 11th annual Zillow® Celebrity Neighbor Surveyi. The Simpson family from FOX's The Simpsons were named the least desirable TV neighbors for 2017.

Sao Paulo (THE WIRE PRESS) - Daniel Davidsohn (http://www.danieldavidsohn.com/) announces the publication of his newest international thriller, "The Karma Code," which will be available on Kindle on June 29. "The Karma Code" unfolds in Davidsohn's typically fast-paced style. When an American research scientist is murdered in a remote Finnish village, his distraught niece is determined to bring those responsible to justice. She calls on Boston private investigator Harry Walker, and together the two of them set off for Scandinavia. However, it quickly becomes apparent that Candice and Harry have a target on their backs.