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    Rapper Released From Prison

     
    After serving a 26 month sentence for attempted murder, Darren Alston also known as Taz Mula Money has returned and gives an interview. He was asked would he have changed anything during the interview, he said " I'm not changing nothing, a lot of people say jail was the worst experience" Taz Mula Money says, "I didn't want to be there, but at the same time I got to take college classes on marketing".
    As a time classic tale from the pages of Hip-Hop, a young artist gets arrested while marching towards fame. Just as Taz Mula Money's music career was starting to accelerate, on Jan 29, 2012, he got arrested. Taz Mula faced an attempt murder, along with an assault with a weapon charge. His lawyer Christopher Renfroe got Taz Mula's sentence reduced down to 26 months if he plead guilty to just the assault charges. Taz took the plea, and felt that he was on the wrong path.
    While upstate was rough for many inmates, Taz took the time out to get his mental, physical, and spiritual focus together. He would work on music project ideas, take college courses, and physically train his body. "I got to work on my music, I got to know myself better, I got to know other people better that kept in contact with me.", says Taz. The Interview goes on to talk about his new management, his family, and where he sees his future in the following months upon his return to the music. http://mad.ly/cd5bd4

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