Audience enjoys Second to None hip-hop contest

February 27, 2009 | 5:17 p.m. CST
The audience at Douglass High School's Second to None hip-hop talent competition on Thursday waits to show its appreciation for the competitors. Audience members included 17-month-old Nicholas Khelawan, front, and 4-year-old Sanaya Hazlette. Winning third place, Wale Aliyer took home $20, and second-place winner Frankie Humphrey received $30. Dennis Moore took first place, winning the title “Como’s Finest,” $50 and studio time to work on a single produced by Koppa 2 Gold Productions and Beat Town Productions.