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Redding hits Obama in tell-all book, album

By Staff

ATLANTA, Feb. 11, 2013, 5 p.m. - Rob Redding, America's Independent Voice, has announced today that he will release a tell-all book about Obama and album entitled "Not a Nonviolent Negro: How I survived Obama" out on March 5th!

Redding has said very little publically about the book, his first of the year. He released three best-sellers last year.

"They - the establishment - don't want you to read this book," Redding says in an advertisement for Not a Nonviolent Negro.

 

Redding had multiple Amazon.com Best Sellers last year. "Where's the Change?: Why Neither Obama nor the GOP Can Solve America's Problems" and "Resurrection: A Historical Anthology of two African-American Philosophers" and his "Disrupter: Pathway to Political Independence."

What's more, the Not a Nonviolent Negro dance album is his second album in three months.

His "Unleash the Whip!" dance album reached No. 2 on Amazon.com in December under the Crystal Castle imprint. The album's first video reached 1000 views on YouTube in a week.

Both the book and album will be released digitally.

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Redding's talk radio show is heard in markets from Philadelphia to Atlanta and Cincinnati to Cleveland. He is known as "America's Independent Voice."

He has been named one of the "100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America" by Talkers magazine. He was voted one of the Top 5 black talk radio show host by BlackTalkers.com.

His award-winning Web site, ReddingNewsReview.com, has been a resource for thousands each day for the last 10 years. The site has won three consecutive Black Web Awards for News distribution.

 


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