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Quincy Jones and Wyclef

Quincy Jones recently visited Washington D.C. when platinum and Grammy winning artists Chris “” Bridges and the Ludacris foundation paid tribute to Mr. Jones for his global contributions to numerous charitable organizations, both public and private. Also honored was the local native , music pioneer, former vice president of Warner Music Group and founder of the “Make It Happen Foundation” which focuses on youth academic and life education.  Local corporate veteran of BET was also honored for her pioneering work in the entertainment industry. It was a fun filled night full of great people enjoying a silent auction and exciting gambling including India Arie, , Philippe Cousteau, , and . When asked what one word would best describe his career, Quincy Jones responded “Blessings.”

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  1. Roger James says:

    Looks like this was the “legends among legends” gala. Very power looking and well-attended event. Nice that Quincy Jones has so many friends that came out to pay tribute to him.

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