David Ruffin Jr. was born in Detroit, Michigan he’s the son of legendary entertainer David Ruffin who put the “T” in The Temptations. Ruffin Jr. has released a EP and a more recent release “MUTHAPHUCKAWERK/RuffinItMusic and an equally explosive single, in which he is featured on with Rap icon Mista Perkins, titled “PATRON”/wwg.
DRJ is also piecing a new LP: “BLOODLINE”. With his own “Band” backing him locally, nationally, and potentially internationally, David is well prepared to further elevate the Ruffin name in the entertainment world.
When asked of the Trials and Tribulations of the music industry he simply states “I’m a focused and determined artist. God has blessed me with the gift of song and no matter how frustrating the business of music is, was, and will be, I’m a singer. I’m gonna sing and God willing people will continue to listen”. It’s in his blood.
LeBron James shoes “LeBron X” is causing a bit of a controversy for the price of his latest Nike shoes. The suggested retail price is $180; however, The Wall Street Journal reported the retail price will be $315 that will be in stores in the fall.
Nike representative Brian Strong cleared up the controversy surrounding the NBA star’s shoe price tag, he made a statement about the main version of the shoe, “The LeBron X will be launched in the fall at a suggested retail price of $180,” Strong said, in a statement. “The initial introduction of the LeBron X will be the red, white and blue Nike+ enabled version and that price is still being set, but will be at a higher price to reflect the Nike+ technology embedded in the shoes.
How much will LeBron James “LeBron X” shoes really cost?