Comedy & Hip-Hop Unite For Twista’s 5th Annual Celeb Weekend

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG CHICAGO, IL -- November 19, 2007 - Chicago’s favorite lyrical son, multi-platinum Atlantic Records artist Twista, will celebrate his birthday with a two-day event at Twista’s 5th Annual Celebrity Weekend. Friday, November 23, 2007, Twista will get the party started with side-splitting humor at the Twista's Comedy Explosion Show hosted by Lisa E featuring all-star hometown favorites B. Cole, Ill Will plus national acts Michael Blackston and MTV’s Kevin Hart. Each one of these men are guaranteed to have the audience falling over in the aisles with laughter. The show begins at 9 p.m. at the Harold Washington Cultural Center, located at 4701 Kings Drive.

On Saturday, November 24, 2007 world famous Gangsta Grillz DJ Drama and Mr. BET, DJ Sean Mac will complete the actual birthday party for Twista at Crossroads located at 160 W Joe Orr Rd in Chicago Heights, IL. Doors open at 9 pm.

With bottles poppin’ and a few anticipated surprise performances Mr. Adrenaline Rush is looking forward to celebrating his special day in his hometown. “"Twista just finished up shooting his video for the next single "Wrist Stay Rocky" off his new album Adrenaline Rush 2007 in stores now and couldn't think of no other better way then to celebrate it with his friends and fans at his Birthday party.

ABOUT TWISTA

With seven albums under his belt and a string of hits it’s fair to say that Twista is truly a veteran in the rap game. He first appeared on the scene in 1991, with his debut album Runnin’ Off at Da Mouth. He’s earned an unparalleled reputation for delivering fast-paced rhymes with an unmatched composition. Syllables seem to fly by and cut the competition whenever he steps to the mic. At one point Twista even held the Guinness Record for being the fastest rapper in the world! He has collaborated on various songs with other top musical contenders that include: R Kelly, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Jamie Foxx, Notorious B.I.G, Monica and more. His way with words also landed him a column in one of the top newspapers in the nation, The Chicago Tribune. His latest album Adrenaline Rush is in stores now. For more information log onto www.twista.com.

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