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NEWS


1/16/09::
New photos are up! Check out Tyler Clinton's work: http://donotresist.com/


1/7/09::
Watch Denise Vasi talk about her role on 'All My Children' on the PIX 11 Morning News: http://weblogs.cw11.com/news/local/morningnews/blogs/2009/01/denise_vasi.html


12/15/08::
Check out actress Denise Vasi's shopping Holiday picks on Essence.com: www.essence.com/fashion_beauty/


12/4/08::
Congrats to Shawty Redd for producing Snoop Dogg's Grammy nominated single "Sexual Eruption" for Best Rap Song! The 51st Annual Grammy Awards will air on February 8, 2009.


12/1/08::
RollingOut TV caught up with Shawty Redd in Atlanta...you can see the interview at http://videos.rollingout.com


11/4/08::
Read up on actress Denise Vasi's secret beauty tips on Latina.com! Also check out Denise in the November '08 issue of Complex Magazine.


10/30/08::
Lil Jon's winery - Little Jonathan Winery - is featured in the new People Magazine (Nov. 10th issue) out now!


NEWS


10/1/13::
Check out more Lil Jon gig dates added... http://liljonyeahh.com/dates/


8/30/13::
MySpace features SKAM owner, Sujit Kundu! https://myspace.com/discover/trending/2013/8/29/artist-of-the-day-sujit-kundu-still-gets-the-party-started

7/24/13::
Check out the amazing roster of DJ's SKAM Artist reps! http://www.skamartist.com/







ABOUT US


Based in New York City, Last Word PR is a full-service public relations firm specializing in entertainment and dedicated to giving clients individualized attention. LW PR has the ability to secure (TV and print) media coverage that ranges from music and lifestyle publications to daily newspapers and on-line media.

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"Tamar is dope! Happy to be a part of the Last Word family!”
-Lil Jon

"Tamar is a one stop publicity powerhouse. You wont find this kind of attention and follow through anywhere else. You'd be a clown not to have her on your team!
-Tyler Clinton, DoNotResist.com

"It's always delightful working with Last Word PR and Tamar. Her infection, dedication and intellect rubs off on her clients, too...She's a journalist's dream."
-Jayson Rodriguez, XXL Magazine

"Ever the consummate professional, Tamar is always a pleasure to deal with. She's as much an advocate for her client as she is understanding of the demands on a journalist's time. I wish EVERY publicist I dealt with was as pleasant and fun to work with!"
-Tai Saint-Louis, AllHipHop.com

"Tamar's dedication and personal touch makes working with her a true pleasure at Last Word."
- Actress Denise Vasi

"I've had nothing but good experiences working with Tamar. She has always made her clients accessible and made sure you get enough time to get a great interview with them."
-Toshi Kondo

"Last Word PR is a company that adds value to its clients’ media relations while taking extra care to ensure more individual and specialized attention to its clients. We truly appreciate all that you do."
- Keke and Amy
for Cookies and Milk, LLC


“Working with Tamar is always a pleasurable experience. She has the uncanny ability to blend the interests of her client with the needs of the reporter.”
- Linda Hobbs, VIBE

"Tamar is the best...top of the crop hands down...keeps me busy fa sho!!!!”
- BME artist Shawty Putt

“Tamar Juda is willing to go that extra mile for both her client and the media. Whether it’s booking an A-list interview or confirming a minor detail, she's always accessible and prompt.”
-Rashaun Hall, MSN Groove

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Tamar Juda

As President of Last Word PR, Tamar Juda represents some of the hottest talent in music and entertainment today including multi-platinum producer and rapper Lil Jon, Grammy Award winning producer Jim Jonsin, multi-platinum songwriter Rico Love, artist John Forté photographer Tyler Clinton, video director David Rousseau and more.

Prior to Last Word, Tamar was the Director of Music, PR at MVD Inc, representing Nate “Danja” Hills, Bryan Leach/Polo Grounds Music and Mickey “MeMpHiTz” Wright. Tamar started at Susan Blond Inc. where she quickly rose through the ranks thanks to her dedicated work on Usher’s Broadway debut in the musical Chicago, Usher’s New Look Foundation, and Keyshia Cole’s first headlining tour. She also landed Lil Jon in the 2008 Guinness World Records book after convincing the board to create the category “Largest Diamond Pendant”—a title which the rapper’s 73-carat “Crunk Ain’t Dead” pendant still holds today.

Tamar later expanded her reach beyond the hip-hop world at Press Here Publicity where she worked on Stephen and Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley’s three-day music festival in Haiti—the first of its kind—to raise money for local arts programs. She also continued to fuel the buzz around reggae/punk group Bad Brains and secured an MTV My Super Sweet 16 performance for rising band the Shiny Toy Guns.

A graduate of the University of Hartford, Tamar is currently based in New York City.



CLIENTS




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Lil Jon




For the last decade, the words “Yeah,” “Ok,” and “What” have been synonymous with Grammy award winning artist Lil Jon. He has been one of the most prominent figures in music and pop culture alike, performing for hundreds of thousands of fans with Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Sydney Samson at Ultra Music Festival. The last few years have proven that he’s a mainstay in music as he went back to his DJing roots - with a residency at The Wynn/Encore in Las Vegas - bringing his “Let’s F**** Lose It” tour all across the country and over-seas. The success of his Vegas residency is evident, even being named the Las Vegas Resident DJ of The Year (Surrender, Tryst, XS).

Lil Jon continues to be a master at marketing and business with an Oakley endorsement deal (since 2005), becoming a Don Julio tequila brand ambassador, partnering with SOL headphones - helping to launch SOL Deck by starring in the Radio Shack commercial in Fall 2013 - and launching his own clothing line 2Vicious. His marketing chops came in helpful when casted on NBC’s primetime show Celebrity Apprentice (Spring 2011) quickly becoming a fan-favorite nationwide. Lil Jon was back on primetime television in the Spring of 2013 on the cast of Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars where he came in 3rd and raised almost $200,000 for the American Diabetes Association. Known best for his role in creating and popularizing the southern movement and lifestyle known as Crunk, Lil Jon delivered a string of regional hits (in the 90’s) with the East Side Boyz eventually becoming a national force in 2001 thanks to the tracks “Bia Bia” and “Put Yo Hood Up.” Crunk became so popular that Jon became a fixture on Chappelle’s Show and artists not directly connected to him (such as Mary J. Blige) began using the word Crunk, in their own music. Jon helped usher the word ‘Crunk’ not only a national scale, but worldwide. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary added the word into their book in 2007.

Widely known for his platinum-selling productions, Lil Jon has crafted groundbreaking hits for a diverse array of artists such as Usher, Ciara, The Ying Yang Twins, E-40, Ice Cube and more. He’s also worked with will.i.am, Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears, Bret Michaels, Travis Barker, Jennifer Lopez, Machine Gun Kelly and many more. As an artist, he has sold millions of records as the frontman of Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, whose smash hits “Get Low” and “What U Goin’ Do” have been among some of the biggest crossover hip-hop records. His songs have been featured in huge blockbuster movies including The Hangover, The Proposal and the Step Up franchise.

His consistent hitmaking has earned him legions of fans from Los Angeles to New York to the Midwest and of course his native region, the South. This is no more evident as Lil Jon won BMI’s Songwriter of the Year award as well as scored eight Billboard Awards (for the two hit Usher tracks “Yeah!” and “Lovers and Friends”), a Grammy, a Radio Music Award, a BET award, two MTV Video Music Awards, and an American Music Award.



SKAM Artist



Sujit Kundu didn’t grow up dreaming of being a major behind the scenes music executive, but that is in fact what happened. If it hadn’t of been for some of his high school boys he might be a doctor or an accountant instead of the CEO of a thriving management company, SKAM Artist. As life would have it though, in the early nineties, his Orange County California buddies were throwing some unsuccessfully attended rave parties, and he thought he could do better.
His own parties started small, but before graduation rolled around his raves were drawing crowds of up to 4000. That success grew into him promoting parties and performances that featured some of hip-hop and R&B’s biggest acts at the time. “I had Warren G, Cypress Hill, KRS-One, Mobb Deep’s first California show,” he says, then adds, “And I would of have Biggie too, but he canceled on me.” After high school, Sujit attended University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) where he majored in Economics and Accounting. Although he considered abandoning promotion in favor focusing exclusively on academics, three weeks after classes began he was out scouting venues. “I went to this young guy who owned a little bar and explained my concept to him,” Sujit remembers. “And he was down.”
By the time he graduated from UCSB, Sujit had expanded his party promotion business into radio promotions and mix shows. He also teamed with the then music director of LA’s Power 106 to form a production and DJ management company. As a production company they landed a top ten radio hit with Shade Sheist’s “Where I Wanna Be.” Meanwhile, Sujit took a radio promotions job at MCA Records. That position didn’t last long, but it did give him his first experience working for a major record label. A few years later when his production / management company disbanded, his partner kept the production arm and Sujit kept the DJ management side, renaming it SKAM (Sujit Kundu Artist Management).
At first—the initial jobs paid in the hundreds—his management business wasn’t a big source of revenue. But since the advent of the mash up DJ as a celebrity times have changed. Sujit’s clients now command fees in the five figures. “These guys are getting five, ten, fifteen thousand a night. And for something special like a new years party they can get up to fifty grand, two first class tickets, and a four star hotel stay,” he explains. “They got assistants, publicists; they are businesses unto themselves.” Now SKAM employs 11 employees, with offices in both LA and New York managing a roster of thirty plus DJ’s including DJ Vice, Jermaine Dupri, Lil Jon, Sky Nellor, Nick Cannon, Samantha Ronson and D-Nice just to name a few.For someone with less of a work ethic, the management company might suffice, but for Sujit it’s just a part of his overall growth. In late 2005, he again propelled his career forward by signing on with Universal Records as the National Director of Radio and Crossover Promotions, and ended with Motown in 2011 as Senior VP of Crossover and Video Promo. He’s since been promoted to Vice Present of his department. In that capacity he’s responsible for an artist cache that includes Lil Wayne, Nelly, and Akon. In addition to getting those artists’ records played on the radio, his duties include things such as organizing and overseeing promo tours and radio shows. The hours are long, but you won’t hear this executive on the rise complaining. “I got to keep it all in perspective,” Sujit says. “There’s people out here who have to wash dishes for a living. Someone told me if find what you love to do then you’re never working. I love what I do.” Sujit Kundu/SKAM Artist has been featured in the New York Daily News, New York Post’s Page Six, Manhattan, Blackbook, E! News, InTouch Weekly, OK! and Remix Magazine to name a few.
For more information:http://www.skamartist.com/https://www.facebook.com/skamartistfanpagehttp://instagram.com/skamartisthttps://twitter.com/SKAMARTIST




David Rousseau

David Rousseau



Director David Rousseau is making moves in the competitive world of music videos. His eye for capturing the performance energy of artists combined with sleek imagery, bright colors and innovative graphics, has
made him one of the most sought-after video directors of today.

David transitioned into music video production after a successful career in broadcast television where his talents earned him four prestigious Emmy Awards. Born in Caracas, Venezuela to Cuban parents, and raised in Miami, David’s love for merging music with lm emerged at a young age. The son of a musician who wanted him to attend college and study medicine or law, the young director instead set his sights on
making a career at his passion.

That dream became a reality in 2008, when he launched CreativeSeen, a production company devoted to music video and commercial production. In a short timeframe, he’s managed to work with some of the biggest names in music – Lil Wayne, Birdman, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Lil Jon, Nicki Minaj, Akon, Fat Joe, T-Pain, LMFAO, and Jadakiss – directing videos that have appeared on all major video networks, including
MTV, BET and FUSE.

Record-Setting Videos:
David’s credit list includes worldwide smash, “I Know You Want Me (Calle 8)” for Pitbull, an international
hit video which garnered over 130 million hits on You Tube, making it one of the site’s most popular clips
of all time. He’s directed virtually all music videos for Pitbull, including “Hotel Room Service” and “Shut
it Down,” a mini-movie with Pitbull and Akon, which became a global sensation and played throughout
the MTV networks.

Most recently, in 2010, David oversaw and directed a string of record-setting music video shoots for Lil
Wayne and Cash Money Records. The productions garnered global news coverage, including placements
in Rolling Stone and Billboard magazines. MTV News also closely followed and reported on
CreativeSeen’s neck breaking lming of twelve videos over one weekend.

David also directed “Roger That,” a music video for Lil Wayne’s Young Money super group, featuring
breakout artist Nicki Minaj and Tyga. The video topped the charts at #1 on BET’s “106 & Park,” and was
nominated for an MTV2 Sucker Free Award. Yet another video from the director, “Loyalty,” for Birdman,
also matched that feat by placing #1 on “106 & Park.”

In 2010, David was tapped to direct the rst video for the “Jersey Shore” soundtrack, “I Like It,” by Enrique
Iglesias featuring Pitbull. The video was an instant hit on MTV; it became a summer sensation, and is
nominated for a 2010 MTV Music Award for “Best Dance Video.” It also became #1 video on MTV.com,
and subsequently, David was asked to direct the second single from the Jersey Shore soundtrack, this time
for Lil Jon and 3oh!3, for their song, “Hey!” The video will premiere worldwide this season on “Jersey
Shore 2.”

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Artist Collaborations:
David’s credit list includes some of the biggest names in music today, including international artists
Enrique Iglesias, Jay Sean and Tinchy Stryder, and hip hop stars like Lil Wayne, Birdman, Pitbull, Akon,
Lloyd, T-Pain, Lil Jon and Fat Joe.

Videos by the director include “I Made It” for Cash Money Heroes (Kevin Rudolf, Jay Sean, Lil Wayne and
Birdman); “Get Out of Your Mind,” for Lil Jon and LMFAO; and “My Girl,” featuring Honorebel, Sean
Kingston and Trina.

For a full music video credit list, visit www.CreativeSeen.com.






Sujit Kundu didn’t grow up dreaming of being a major behind the scenes music executive, but that is in fact what happened. If it hadn’t of been for some of his high school boys he might be a doctor or an accountant instead of the CEO of a thriving management company, SKAM Artist. As life would have it though, in the early nineties, his Orange County California buddies were throwing some unsuccessfully attended rave parties, and he thought he could do better.

His own parties started small, but before graduation rolled around his raves were drawing crowds of up to 4000. That success grew into him promoting parties and performances that featured some of hip-hop and R&B’s biggest acts at the time. “I had Warren G, Cypress Hill, KRS-One, Mobb Deep’s first California show,” he says, then adds, “And I would of have Biggie too, but he canceled on me.” After high school, Sujit attended University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) where he majored in Economics and Accounting. Although he considered abandoning promotion in favor focusing exclusively on academics, three weeks after classes began he was out scouting venues. “I went to this young guy who owned a little bar and explained my concept to him,” Sujit remembers. “And he was down.”

By the time he graduated from UCSB, Sujit had expanded his party promotion business into radio promotions and mix shows. He also teamed with the then music director of LA’s Power 106 to form a production and DJ management company. As a production company they landed a top ten radio hit with Shade Sheist’s “Where I Wanna Be.” Meanwhile, Sujit took a radio promotions job at MCA Records. That position didn’t last long, but it did give him his first experience working for a major record label. A few years later when his production / management company disbanded, his partner kept the production arm and Sujit kept the DJ management side, renaming it SKAM (Sujit Kundu Artist Management).

At first—the initial jobs paid in the hundreds—his management business wasn’t a big source of revenue. But since the advent of the mash up DJ as a celebrity times have changed. Sujit’s clients now command fees in the five figures. “These guys are getting five, ten, fifteen thousand a night. And for something special like a new years party they can get up to fifty grand, two first class tickets, and a four star hotel stay,” he explains. “They got assistants, publicists; they are businesses unto themselves.” Now SKAM employs 11 employees, with offices in both LA and New York managing a roster of thirty plus DJ’s including DJ Vice, Jermaine Dupri, Lil Jon, Sky Nellor, Nick Cannon, Samantha Ronson and D-Nice just to name a few.

For someone with less of a work ethic, the management company might suffice, but for Sujit it’s just a part of his overall growth. In late 2005, he again propelled his career forward by signing on with Universal Records as the National Director of Radio and Crossover Promotions, and ended with Motown in 2011 as Senior VP of Crossover and Video Promo. He’s since been promoted to Vice Present of his department. In that capacity he’s responsible for an artist cache that includes Lil Wayne, Nelly, and Akon. In addition to getting those artists’ records played on the radio, his duties include things such as organizing and overseeing promo tours and radio shows. The hours are long, but you won’t hear this executive on the rise complaining. “I got to keep it all in perspective,” Sujit says. “There’s people out here who have to wash dishes for a living. Someone told me if find what you love to do then you’re never working. I love what I do.”

Sujit Kundu/SKAM Artist has been featured in the New York Daily News, New York Post’s Page Six, Manhattan, Blackbook, E! News, InTouch Weekly, OK! and Remix Magazine to name a few.

For more information:http://www.skamartist.com/https://www.facebook.com/skamartistfanpagehttp://instagram.com/skamartisthttps://twitter.com/SKAMARTIST



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