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Blak Jak Is Bobbin His Head

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New York, NY -- Blak Jak has dealt himself a winning hand at urban radio, scoring the #1 Most Added single at the Urban Media base radio format, and the #2 Most Added song at Urban R&R with his new single "Bobbin My Head."

His debut features a host of production stars and guest artists, including DJ Toomp, Don Cannon and T-Pain, who lends his talents on "Ball Out ($500)." Other songs on the album include "Ride & Swerve," "How It Goes," and "Pain I Feel."

"Ride and Swerve" has already secured an audience of listeners and with its great drum sound and general catchiness, Blak Jak's debut LP 'Place Your Bets' is sure secure a audience of fans.

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