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By CINDY SIMPSON
A Harriman hip-hop enthusiast has a message for today’s youth.
Expensive cars, women and $100 bills are staples of mainstream hip hop. But Travis Harmon sees it as a tool for a bigger message.
Harmon, a youth minister at Harriman’s Big Emory Baptist Church, wants to use hip hop to spread God’s Word.
The intention is deeper, according to Harmon, who grew up at Big Emory.
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