Russell Simmons Launches UniRush Financial Services, Talks Russell Simmons Music Group

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pioneer Russell Simmons recently etched another entity to his argosy of urban

and political related ventures by launching the UniRush Financial Services.

The company, which

Simmons explained will assist Americans in climbing out of financial debt, will

provide several banking and account managing opportunities assessable to minorities

minus the stipulations and policies of a banking company.

The initial product

released from the line was the highly successful Rush Visa Card, which allowed

consumers the option to instantly deposit checks without the support of a bank.

In addition the

UniRush and Intuit, the composers behind the Turbo Tax line are providing young

Americans filing for their taxes an alternative to acquire their refund checks

through the Rush Card within 10 days of registration.

In related news,

The Russell Simmons Music Group is in tight negotiations to find a distributor

to market his four Hip-Hop signings, but hinted that there would be a very good

chance that he will be working with the same people he presented the exact opportunity

to eight years ago.

“There are

still other people bidding, but it feels very strong that I’ll be back

working at Def Jam,” Simmons told Eurweb. “I wanna work for Jay-Z

(President of the Island Def Jam Music Group). I love the whole family. I have

Def Jam Electronics, I have Def Jam video games, I have Def Jam Mobile, we have

Def Jam clothing. So even though other labels have good offers and they’re

very excited, some of the stuff that we’re doing [with the Russell Simmons Music Group] is locked in Def Jam. We’re gonna announce it when we get

everything right.”