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Callywood Live with Dana Dane, Dr. Harvey & Dr. Hairston

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Dana Dane (born Dana McLeese) is an American hip hop artist known for performance of humorous lyrics (imitating a British accent) and for his fashion sense. He was born in the Walt Whitman housing project in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, in New York City, and began his career as part of the Kangol Crew with fellow MC Slick Rick, to whom he sounded markedly similar, although Slick Rick's English lilt was actually genuine. His biggest hit in the United States was "Cinderfella Dana Dane", which peaked at #11 on Billboard magazine's R&B charts in 1987. His debut album peaked at #46 on the Billboard album chart and was certified gold by the RIAA. After a long stint at the legendary Profile Records, where he was one of that label’s core artists, he recorded briefly for Rap-A-Lot Records, where he didn’t release anything, and at Madonna’s Maverick Records, where he released his last album to date in 1995. He is also in the midst of marrying Tana Session with her son Brandon Thompson the crew Shurykin which consists of Mario Smith and Clay John which play a huge roll in Brandon,Dana, and Tana's life. ======== Dr. Hairston- You may know her as the founder and publisher of Gospel Today and Gospel Industry Today Magazines or as the host of the Gospel Today TV Show (which airs weekly on the Word TV network via DirecTV); or, maybe you've heard her weekly "Gospel Today Update" show on the ABC Radio Network or "The Light" Radio Network. Perhaps you have even attended one of the Gospel Heritage Praise &Worship Conferences she founded. However, what you may not know about Teresa Hairston, however, is that back in 1989, as a divorced mother of three small children, all she was able to scrape together to invest in her "dream" of becoming a publisher was $300. That's it. She had $300, three small children, no husband and a dream. ==