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Snoop Dogg and Michael Harris Honored at The Black Business Association’s “Virtual Salute to Black Music”

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Rap/Hip-Hop music icon and philanthropist, Calvin “Snoop Dogg” Broadus and businessman/philanthropist Michael Harris are this year’s honorees for the Black Business Association (BBA),Virtual Salute to Black Music Awards on Thursday, June 24, at 5:30 -7 PM.

The BBA is the oldest ethnic business organization in the State of California and will host its Annual event held in recognition of Black  Music Appreciation Month.  

The BBA is excited to announce it will honor Calvin “Snoop Dogg” Broadus, with the “Lifetime Legacy Award,” and Michael Harris, with the “Business Pioneer Legends Award.”

We will also honor Nipsey Hussle posthumously The “Distinguished Business Advocate Award.” In keeping with the event theme, The Business behind the Music,” the BBA recognizes the honorees for their contributions of these esteemed honorees in the advancement of African-Americans in the music Industry. Now, more than ever the BBA recognizes that in light of the current Black Lives Matter Movement; there is an even greater imperative, to acknowledge those that help to propel Black Lives into success. Among past Honorees are: Clarence Avant, Berry Gordy, Smokey Robinson, Siedah Garrett, Janet Jackson, Valerie Ervin, and Jheryl Busby, to name a few.

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