Tech company looks to gain rapper C-Murder.
Startup tech company Lang BridgeApp Inc., the same tech company who recently inked a $80 million partnership deal with multi-platinum artist Lil Flip, is in talks to partner with hip hop artist Corey “C Murder” Miller, following his exoneration. According to Miller’s Publicist Tammy “Ty” Page, the exoneration will take place some time in year 2016. Lang BridgeApp is exploring the idea of bringing the rapper aboard the project not only for his talent, influence, and strong ties to popular artist, but also as a model figure for up and coming artists; using his life story to educate others about life choices, and the pros and cons of being an entertainer.
Over recent years, similar to C Murder, numerous hip hop artists such as Lil Boosie, Young Jeezy, T.I., Lil Wayne, Chief Keef, Bobby Shmurder and the latest, Troy Ave all have faced charges involving guns and violence which have negatively affected their images and careers. In a few cases, artist’s charges were later dropped due to lack of evidence, in which many feel that they were singled out because of their status. Unfortunately, the hip hop industry has witnessed the ongoing cycle of an artist rise to stardom, but then have their dreams short lived by either lengthy jail sentences or untimely deaths.
“Our interest in partnering with C Murder is most definitely not for the opportunity to glorify the loss of lives, nor advocate gang-related lifestyles. Being that we are a tech company who’s in touch with the harsh reality of the urban community, our mission with C Murder is to encourage the young world to put down the Tech 9’s and pick up technology: saving or children by providing opportunity, that’s what it’s all about,” said Lang BridgeApp’s CEO, Terry Moss.
If all goes as planned, the famed rapper will join forces with the company, releasing exclusive content that will be available at the Lang BridgeApp Store: Corey “C Murder” Miller and Lang BridgeApp, Inc. will then use portions of the company’s profits to fund scholarships to inner-city kids to attend Miami’s Wyncode Academy coding boot camp, where they will learn to code within nine weeks. Lang BridgeApp, Inc. is a startup tech company based in Miami, Florida. The company’s technology consists of a direct text messenger that features automatic language translation, geared towards breaking the language barrier between entertainers and fans. The company expands the project with the Lang BridgeApp Store, which host and sell digital downloadable products.