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    Giveaway: Signed shoe and signed mixtape
    Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

    Visit my my Facebook Page http://facebook.com/paulwall for the link to enter for the giveaway, ends January 5th. No purchase necessary. Haters will be disqualified.

    Photos from The Fast Life Event
    Monday, June 14th, 2010

    Paul Wall memorable Houston Astro’s moment and how it relates to his son William
    Thursday, March 25th, 2010
    When I grew up, I think baseball was the most affordable sporting event you could go to. Football tickets and basketball tickets were always so expensive, so we would go and sit in the dollar seats and see the games at the Astrodome.
    I remember as a kid, my mom used to live in San Francisco for a little bit, so I remember when Barry Bonds came through one time and hit a home run, she got up and was so excited because she knew how big a player he was, and I was like, “You’re cheering for the other team’s player!” and she’s like, “No, you’re gonna remember this one day, that you got to see Barry Bonds hit a home run.” And I’m like, “I don’t care. I’m rooting for the Astros.”

    When I grew up, I think baseball was the most affordable sporting event you could go to. Football tickets and basketball tickets were always so expensive, so we would go and sit in the dollar seats and see the games at the Astrodome.
    I remember as a kid, my mom used to live in San Francisco for a little bit, so I remember when Barry Bonds came through one time and hit a home run, she got up and was so excited because she knew how big a player he was, and I was like, “You’re cheering for the other team’s player!” and she’s like, “No, you’re gonna remember this one day, that you got to see Barry Bonds hit a home run.” And I’m like, “I don’t care. I’m rooting for the Astros.”

    Read the rest of the story here:

    http://www.houstonpress.com/2010-03-25/news/sharp-dressed-fans/3

    SXSW Interviews
    Friday, March 19th, 2010

    As UGK was “Big Pimpin’” with Jay-Z, Chamillionaire and Paul Wall of the Color Changin’ Click became punch-line kings of the Dirty South. The duo’s Get Ya Mind Correct (Swishahouse) in 2002, not to mention its Chopped & Screwed complement twisted by DJ Michael “5000″ Watts, is a definitive document of the syrup-coated Houston rap scene, a stunning ode to candy paint and 24-inch rims that, without cameos or major distribution, pushed more than 200,000 copies.

    Read more: http://www.austinchronicle.com/gyrobase/Issue/story?oid=oid:981880