Fatman Scoop Set To Release A Steamy Podcast, Mobile, TV and Radio Joint Venture

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG NEW YORK, NY -- Fatman Scoop, made famous by screaming such anthem phrases as, "You got a 50 dollar bill get ya hands up" and "Let's go now! Let's go now! Single ladies, I can't hear you," is set to launch Man And Wife, the hottest new Podcast, Mobile, TV and Radio show with his wife, Shanda.

This uniquely provocative show is like nothing you have ever seen. Decadent, colorfully raw and born completely out of their marriage, Scoop and wife, Shanda, created Man And Wife which gives viewers/listeners an interactive and insightful role in steamy and wildly naughty banter between the Sexes and a couple really in love. “One night when I was in bed talking to Shanda, about what I can’t even remember, I realized the conversation was hilarious. I realized my own WIFE was witty, funny and sharp!! Man And Wife was born!” Scoop explains. The show will break new ground as the first of it’s kind in the hip-hop genre with an actual married couple discussing Sex, money, Sex, relationships, Sex, jobs, Sex, politics, Sex, marriage…and yes, Sex! Scoop and Shanda have partnered with vidavee, an industry leader in enabling vloggers and also the creators of the “Quick Time” format.

Are you frustrated because you’re not getting “beep?” Is your husband cheating on you? Do “beep” owe you money?” Are you giving up too much money? Man And Wife answers all of those questions as they launch their new Sex and advice show at the hottest new club, Comix (www.comixny.com), on Thursday, November 2, 2006.

You give them 6 minutes, Scoop and Shanda will give you great Sex and relationship advice. They are steamy, naughty, sensual, titillating…they are Man And Wife. Watch now at www.manandwife.tv.

Fatman Scoop’s booming baritone became known world wide on singles such as “It’s Like That” by Mariah Carey and “Lose Control” by Missy Elliot for which he also won two Grammy’s. Scoop’s music has been featured in blockbuster films such as “You Got Served” and “Save the Last Dance.” He has been key in many multi million dollar marketing campaigns for such brands as Mountain Dew, Reebok, Nike and Bombay Sapphire by creating original music and/or recording commercials for said products. Scoop has collaborated or been featured alongside music artists and producers such as Missy Elliot, Timberland, BabyFace, Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, Jermaine Dupri, Sean Paul, Ciara, Elephant Man, Nina Sky, Ying Yang Twins, Pitbull, Faith Evans, Nick Canon and the list goes on... With his relentless energy, and strong creative presence in hip-hop world wide, Scoop continues to prove that he’s an unparalleled talent.

Shanda, a Newburgh, NY native, spent over eight years working in HIV/AIDS services as both a counselor and case worker. She brings to the show her intelligent signature style of wit and sex appeal.

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