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B.A.C.K. by Chris Classic Chris Classic, recording artist, executive producer and senior writer in New York City. He has written, recorded and licensed countless titles for Film, Television and Advertising. Received his start from hip hop pioneers, Run DMC in 1999. Connected with film music mogul Ali Dee Theodore in 2002 to become an expert in creating custom music for Hollywood. Beginning Again, Consistency’s Key...
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