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UOMO Media’s Tricky Stewart Produces LL Cool J Hit Track “Baby”

August 4, 2008

UOMO Media Inc. (OTCBB:UOMO), a multi-channel entertainment and media company, is proud to announce Tricky Stewart produced LL Cool J’s latest single “Baby” featuring The-Dream. The song appears on LL Cool J’s thirteenth and final Def Jam album, “Exit 13.”

The Redzone produced song “Baby” is the lead single from LL Cool J’s new album. LL Cool J recently performed the track on the hit TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance.” The song has already been number one on Billboard’s “Hot Videoclip Tracks.” Currently, “Baby” has climbed to number 17 on Billboard’s “Hot Rap Tracks” and is amongst the top 100 for Rap/Hip Hop on iTunes. LL Cool J’s album, “Exit 13,” is due for release September 9, 2008.

Tricky Stewart is a Grammy award winning music producer and songwriter and has worked with many hit recording artists including Usher, Madonna, Britney Spears, Ciara, Rihanna, Janet Jackson, and Mariah Carey. Earlier in 2008, Tricky Stewart and Redzone Entertainment signed an exclusive international management agreement with UOMO Media.

About Redzone Entertainment Inc.

Redzone Entertainment was founded by brothers Tricky Stewart, Mark E. Stewart, and Laney Stewart in 1995. Since then Redzone’s discography has grown exponentially with collaborations with some of most talented artists in the world, responsible for over 25 million records sold, producing acts such as Pink, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Mary J. Blige, and Rihanna.

About UOMO Media Inc.

UOMO Media Inc. is a multi-channel entertainment company that acquires, produces, and manages intellectual media content and digital assets. UOMO integrates existing and well-established revenue streams in recorded music, publishing, talent management and distribution through its four operating divisions: UOMO Digital, UOMO Recorded Music, UOMO Talent Management, and UOMO Publishing. PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that by 2011, the global media and entertainment industry will be worth US$ 2 trillion. www.uomomedia.com.




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