LL Cool J Shares Animated Message to fans

Antoine Maurice King, MBA, MSIT

LL Cool J Animatione.g., Spate Media

LL Cool J has accomplished a lot in his 35 plus year career, including platinum awards and hit TV shows. LL Cool J has a statue in Queens, New York, and the figure is solar-powered and plays music. LL Cool J is the perfect person to share a motivating message because he is a shining example of success. Born in Queens, New York, LL Cool J started his career as a teenager. Russell Simmons discovered LL Cool J and signed him to a record deal at Def Jam. That was something he accomplished very young. He has released 13 albums under the Dej Jam imprint. LL then continued to have a successful career in acting with hit shows like "In the house" and NCIS Los Angeles. LL has also hosted the Grammys for five years.

Follow Your Dreams

LL Cool J recently shared an inspiring animated message to his fans crafted by Antoine Maurice King of Spate Media and artist Brad Frederick. LL Cool J shared the animation on all his platforms, including his Rock The Bells social media. The video has amassed over 20,000 views online. The main idea of the message was never to give up on your dreams. Celebrities need to encourage fans on social media when there are so many negative influences. Social media is one of the leading causes of depression among Gen z and Millenials. Sometimes seeing successful people online can make others feel insecure about their lives. That's why it's crucial for people with influence to share their ideas on success, to show their fans that anything is possible.

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Antoine Maurice King, AABA, BSIT, MBA, MSIT Founder of Spate Media writer and blogger for www.spatehiphopnews.com. I love to write about music and entertainment, and local entertainment is something I find very interesting. I want to let you know about the best events, places to eat, and more in your area—over 15 years of experience working in media and technology.

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