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Putting the pieces back together

At 28, Rapper Omega Red has learned hard lessons. Now he's working hard to make it in music and life

By Matthew M. Burke
Globe Correspondent / April 13, 2007

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The rapper Omega Red is talking about his fall and rise. ‘‘I was given a second start to do it all over again right,’’ he says. Born Robert Grant, the Dorchester-bred artist is up for four awards at the second annual New England Urban Music Awards tomorrow night, including ‘‘favorite rap male’’ and ‘‘favorite producer/company’’ for the Jugganautz, a collaborative ... (Full article: 1643 words)

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