Big Daddy Kane Delivers Black Enterprise "Keys"
The Black Enterprise series will offer insight on topics such as health, personal finance, credit and homeownership.
"Black Enterprise is doing big things by providing important financial and homeownership information to young Black America," Big Daddy Kane said via statement. "These issues are important and I am honored to be a part of it."
The 38 year-old rapper who released '80s classics like "Ain't No Half-Steppin'" is currently enjoying a return to the spotlight. The Brooklyn MC delivered a stellar performance during last year's VH1 Hip Hop Honors, after being honored by the show with a tribute from Black Thought, Common and T.I. Kane can also be seen performing alongside The Roots in the Dave Chappelle concert movie Block Party.
In addition to voicing the Black Enterprise radio reports, Kane currently oversees Mahogany Entertainment and is featured in the independent film Dead Heist, scheduled for DVD release this summer.
Black Enterprise Magazine's "Keys to a Better Life" radio reports will be broadcast on 29 Clear Channel radio stations across the country.