St. Paul, MN, August 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- “We both could fail publicly, but we won’t,” says publicist. Up-and-coming hip hop artist, A&R, and his publicist, Eileen Parker, say they will succeed in making him a hip hop star. They are documenting A&R’s rise to stardom and Parker’s rise to success in her field in A&R’s blog and on Twitter.
They both have big goals and they have always been ambitious and determined. A&R said in an email to Parker, “I know God wanted us to work together because like I said the day when we first met that ‘some things were just meant to happen…’”
A&R and Parker are both sending themselves out there into the public for the ultimate accountability. Is A&R a hot enough songwriter and performer that he will succeed? Is Parker such a good promoter that she will rise to the heights of her profession?
If they do succeed, why did it happen? Is it talent and hard work? Is it destiny? Is it luck? Or does the intense desire to succeed create its own talents?
Mistakes and Successes Made Public
“We’re not just showing our PR-crafted successes. We’re also sending out our thoughts, feelings, and yes, our mistakes,” says Parker. “We’re documenting it all for public view and opinion.”
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