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My advice would be to stay persistent and be prepared to work hard!
You can’t get anywhere in life without working hard!
You have to be that type of person to get up in the morning, even if you were in the studio all night long- working until 8 am, you gotta be ready to only sleep for an hour and get back up and grind again! Watch out folks it seems as if Chanel is definitely about to turn things up in the game… …In the meanwhile, if you haven’t already, click over and check out Chanel‘s “I Love Money” video and download the latest mixtape from Chanel West Coast at the link below.
Born in Kettering, Ohio, in 1974, Rob started skating at age 12, and in less than a year was the youngest member of the popular G&S (Gordon & Smith) skateboard team. Rob's most recent endeavor has been to create legal street skateboarding spots for the roughly 10-million street skateboarders in the US. READ MORE Rob Dyrdek walked away from the Breeders' Cup a few pounds heavier yesterday ... Dyrdek was betting on the ponies at Santa Anita Racetrack in Los Angeles and… a greasy, stomach-filling, alcohol-absorbing mission ... to find the greatest drunk munchie chef in the country. READ MORE Daniel Tosh will pay dearly for insinuating Rob Dyrdek diddles 12-year-old boys -- in fact, sources close to the "Fantasy Factory" star tell TMZ, Dyrdek actually wants to FIGHT Tosh over a recent…
Through his positive influence I am where I am today- signed to Young Money Entertainment.
How did you feel when you officially signed to Young Money… It’s so crazy because my dog’s name is “Weezy” and people often ask: I didn’t know, I just named my dog that because I’m a huge fan of Wayne‘s.
As a child, I was always involved in the performing arts such as hip-hop dances, choirs, and drama.
This is something I’ve been doing my whole life and I worked really hard at it and it wasn’t easy.So, yeah, I’ve been rapping way before I was on TV.Although you’ve been rapping since the age of 14, at what point did you decide that you wanted to make a career out of it? I always knew I wanted to do music, and be in the entertainment industry.I was on these shows for the meantime, because I didn’t come from money.I was really broke around the time that the opportunity was offered to me and the show was a great opportunity to not only be in the spotlight but to make money- which I really needed.I would like them to know that it wasn’t easy for me.I think that a lot of people have this misconception that being on MTV made it easy for me to break into the music industry, when in reality it made it 10x harder.To that end, he spearheaded the creation of the Rob Dyrdek/DC Shoes Skate Plaza Foundation, which actively seeks to build Skate Plazas throughout the US and beyond. READ MORE This is CRAZY -- Rob Dyrdek just jumped his Chevy Sonic nearly 90 feet in the air WHILE DRIVING IN REVERSE ... In the process, Rob taught himself how to draft and designed to the inch the world's first Skate Plaza, set to open June 2005 in Kettering, Ohio. I definitely think in the next 5 years I’ll have my own fashion line because I’m very into fashion.Also, I would like to get into the acting world a little bit more too. Is there anything else that you would like the world to know about you that they don’t already know?