By Marc Malkin. The sun had just come up on a Monday morning in the middle of summer in New York City. It was that time of day when the sidewalks are beginning to fill with people walking their dogs, heading to work or, like my friend Scott, going to the gym. I was on my way home from another night of drug-filled unmentionables when I ran into Scott.
Before she even turned double digits, Alyson Stoner was a star. During the early s, she acted in movies like C heaper by the Dozen and Camp Rock and appeared in music videos alongside Missy Elliott and Eminem. But the smile she displayed on camera didn't always reflect how she was truly feeling offscreen. In an op-ed penned for People titled "The Toddler to Trainwreck Industrial Complex," Stoner looks back at her career as a child star and advocates for change in Hollywood. Stoner defines the "toddler-to-trainwreck pipeline" as "a notorious and thriving industrial complex around child entertainers. Looking back at her own career, Stoner writes "it's been a harrowing 80 years," noting she's only She then uses her experiences to exemplify what steps the industry needs to take.
I constantly watch Twitter and Facebook for opportunities to send beats to rappers that I think are dope or that are coming up. In doing so I have collected a large list of contacts. Here are some contacts for sending beats and I will ad more as I find them.
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