[Top][All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[Paperclips-discuss] Do You Play Penny Stocks? GDKI . pk

From: pbyjzwy ojuoth
Subject: [Paperclips-discuss] Do You Play Penny Stocks? GDKI . pk
Date: Fri, 01 Sep 2006 12:50:20 +0800

Don't take my word on it, Do your research and you'll see why we recommend this 
one With the market as rough as it is, everyone could use a Winner

Company Profile

Goldmark Industries, specializes in the production and distribution of Music, 
Feature Fillms and Television entertainment for North America's most rapidly 
growing demographic, with a total consumer-based purchasing power of over 1 
Trillion dollars: the Hip-Hop community.

5 DAY expected : $ 7.90

Current News

Goldmark Industries, Inc. (GDKI - News), a rising Urban Entertainment force, is 
pleased to announce that the Company has enhanced its Executive Leadership with 
the addition of accomplished artist, Frost, as Vice President of the Music 
Division. Frost is very well respected by already established act and is looked 
at as a role model by up and coming talent. He was the pioneer of Latin Hip 
Hop, which has exploded, with the extremely popular, Regaetton over the past 4 
years. Frost will serve as an ideal Vice President of Music Operations within 
Goldmark, due to his extensive musical knowledge, skills, history and 
experience. His presence on the Board of Executives will only serve to be 
advantageous to Goldmark's overall growth.

Frost -- originally known as Kid Frost -- was a pioneer in the field of Latin 
hip-hop, cutting some of its very first records and helping to bring exposure 
to other bilingual MCs. Pioneering Latino rapper Frost only gets better with 
age. The veteran East Los Angeles rapper, who became a hip-hop icon in 1990 
with his groundbreaking single "La Raza" has stepped up his game in the last 
decade, sharpening his lyrical skills and becoming an authority figure in the 
rap world. His success allowed such Latino rappers as Cypress Hill, Fat Joe, 
Big Pun to make substantial hip-hop inroads.

His music features a hard-hitting mix of hard-core hip-hop, smoothed out cuts 
for the ladies and laid-back songs for cruising. This versatility is one of 
Frost's strengths, something that keeps him fresh. "The thing keeps my name in 
people's mouths is that I keep reinventing myself," Frost explains. "I don't 
just keep on making the same music I want to take bilingual hip-hop a trend I 
was the forefront of one step further while still kicking vivid rhymes about 
the code of the streets with authenticity."

Frost is an original and knows about originality. Rapping since 1980 Frost 
scored his first record deal with Electrobeat Records thanks to the help of his 
long time mentor and frieend Ice-T. When deciding on his name, Frost decided to 
model his moniker after that of the man who helped start his career, choosing 
Frost since Frost comes before ice. Then known as Kid Frost, Frost became a 
regular on the car show circuit in the mid 1980's. When he released "La Raza" 
and his debut album, "Hispanic Causing Panic" a few years later, his visibility 
exploded and helped the Lowrider culture thrive in Southern California and 
eventually Worldwide.

Frost says, "As I see the KRS-Ones and the LL Cool J's still in it, I won't 
budge. A lot of people might say that I'm too old. But I don't think it's your 
age or how you rap. It's your rap skills that keep you in the game. As long as 
we make that knocking Chevy music, we're going to stay in this rap game."

Frost is a more than welcome addition to Goldmark's Board of Executives.

This is one decision that is easy as it is profitable

Say it with flowers.   Seed money. Worked night and day. You have to separate 
the chaff from the wheat. Schools out for summer.   Up a tree. Watch and wait.  
Still waters run deep. Wet behind the ears. That's a real stem winder.   Worry 
often gives a small thing a big shadow. Speak softly and carry a big stick.   
The sharper is the berry, the sweeter is the wine. Rough as a cob. Watered 
down. We'll hand you out to dry. Wet behind the ears. What goes up must come 
down. Water doesn't run uphill.   Weed it out.  Tall as a tree.  

The silly season.   Spill the beans.   We hung them out to dry.  When we love - 
we grow.  Survival of the fittest.   Were you born in a barn? You say potayto, 
I say potahto. Your name is mud.  There's no time like the present.   Throw 
pearls before swine. A rolling stone gathers no moss. The sharper is the berry, 
the sweeter is the wine. A stepping stone to. Under the weather. To rule the 
mountains is to rule the river.   Slow as molasses in January. Timing is 
everything.  Your in hot water. As uneasy as a cat near water.   Sturdy as an 
oak.   A snail's pace. A thing of beauty is a joy forever.   We'll cross that 
bridge when we come to it.  You never miss the water till the well runs dry. 
That's a whole new can of worms.  

reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]