Paul Wall & Jamie Kennedy Head To The Persian Gulf To Entertain US Troops

 Houston rapper Paul Wall is joining comedian and sometimes rapper Jamie Kennedy as his "Hip-Hop Comedy Tour" heads to the Persian Gulf to perform for US service members.

Last spring Jamie Kennedy took starred in the MTV series "Blowin' Up," which featured the actor/comedian doing his best to achieve his dream of becoming a rapper. Now Kennedy is taking Paul Wall, along with comedian Bill Dawes, Stu Stone, DJ Joey Nicks and breakdancer Casper on an United Service Organization (USO)/Armed Forces Entertainment tour in the Persian Gulf.

Kennedy and Paul Wall will join a long list of entertainers who have previously helped the USO in their efforts to raise morale among troops stationed abroad. Other celebrities who've recently made the trek for the USO include Wilmer Valderrama, David Alan Grier and singer Carrie Underwood.

In related news, Paul Wall is preparing the release of his second album Get Money, Stay True which is due out April 3. The album features appearances from Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, Jermaine Dupri, Fergie, Trina, Lil' Keke, Jon B and former Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker. Wall is also scheduled to join the 2007 Honda Civic Tour, alongside rock band Fall Out Boy later this year.

Jamie Kennedy is currently promoting his latest film Kickin' It Old Skool. Kennedy previously appeared in Wes Craven's horror films Scream and Scream 2 and his television series "The Jamie Kennedy Experience."

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